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Old 07-23-2011, 11:13 PM
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Sure Grip or not?

So my Charger should have Sure Grip installed (68 R/T)
Once I jack up rear wheels they spin opposite of each other (open rear end right?) However I had to take it out of garage a few days ago and then was bringing it back in and end result are two patches of rubber left on my driveway what gives?

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Should be an Open Diff.
An Open Diff can leave dual patches in straight line accelleration.
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^x2 if traction is equal both wheels get power
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The Sure Grip was an option on all cars no matter if it was an RT or not. If you jack up the rear and turn one tire and the other goes in the opposite direction, it's either worn out or you don't have one. If you have a build sheet, it'll tell you if it has one or not and the others are right....an open diff can lay down two tracks if conditions are right.
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