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Old 01-17-2019, 08:55 AM
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Maybe it requires the force of the weight of the car on the hubs?

Time to use your new welding skills to make your own dynomometer!
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Originally Posted by NotAPreppie View Post
Maybe it requires the force of the weight of the car on the hubs?

Time to use your new welding skills to make your own dynomometer!
Oh now there's a very interesting suggestion.

But, no, I'll just be replacing the hubs.
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