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    e maxx crawler

    is there a way to get all four wheels to turn with power on an emaxx

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    You can get a diff locker or fill the diff with epoxy!

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    First of all, check to see if your diffs have any fluid in them... if not, start with 100k (not to be confused with 100wt). Locking them down completely will lead to more broken parts.
    Whatever it is I just said... I could be wrong.

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    Are you wanting to climb with it like are you wanting full time posi or do u just want better power transfer between the wheels?

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    My opinion is that a fluid with viscosity 100K, little or nothing will be done to partially block wheels with a massive torque moving at low speed. Not even a 300K. if you want to move all 4 wheels, I advise you to block permanently differentials. But you must know that your car will lose maneuverability and that you should not drive on asphalt or concrete. We recommend strengthen the CVD.
    Block or remove differentials, changes drastically the behavior of the Emaxx and you must be sure that what you want is that, and use it as a crawler.

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    Spools break parts 500K is decent enough, you loose a bit on the turning circle
    Guide books aren't part of the packaging.

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    I use silly putty it works out pretty well. Holds well but has some give if you get into a bind.

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