If you take the drive shaft out of a slash 4x4 is it safe to drive it in 2 wheel drive?or is there a possibility that it will get damaged in some way.thanks
i honestly can't see why it would be a problem as long as the centre driveshaft is removed and the 2 front wheels a free wheeling but you will notice a lack of steering as with most 2wd's
i actually tried it yesterday! everything is fine. that's also what made me realize why i bought a 4wd!
It won't hurt the truck at all. But you will see a decrease in steering and handling capability.
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Its a real POOCH , sloppy to drive
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Taking out the center driveline gives the slipper/center diff assembly the possibility of not keeping completely true and straight, you could either shatter a spur or the spline for the driveshaft will melt a hole of it's own in the center driveshaft area.
You'd probably be better off taking off the front driveshafts at the wheels. But that's just me.
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it won't effect the diff as the main shaft floats on the diff output.
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