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Asked by Sep 29, 2009 at 10:20 PM about the Chevrolet S-10

Question type: General

how come somtimes when i slip both wheels spin but not when i want them to even when there slipping i know it has to do with the differentiol but its not spinning right like when i burned out one spone but then when i did it again they both went????how do i get them both to spin when i burn out haha

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Hey man i have an S10 too it's because they came out with limited slip diffs. If you want it to spin both and not just one tire fir you'll want to go find a posi unit or a mini spool. good luck....

josh my zr 2 has pose when i rost them the both spin i put a spider gear in my rear end and when its wet out and it locks up it hits hard and spins and u can here that spider gear high pitch look for a spider gear they are like 200 bucks new from 4x4.com check that out

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Best thing to do "Leave it alone" Changing rear end components could make very hard to turn .Unless its a drag car with would need a posi-track rear end.

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