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When bunnies learn to fly. How majestic.🐇 on Bye bye bunny (Upvotes: 20)
Medieval Engineers is looking great on Dome With It (Upvotes: 5)
@McGigglesnorf, front wheel drive vehicles don't usually have a rear Axel. They usually just have the wheel connected to a hub, then to the suspension. I just want to know how he intends to tighten the lung nuts. I don't see that car staying up long enough to do so... on On His Way To Fix Your Car (Upvotes: 3)
I'm from the future, and this is actually a thing now. on Funnyism Picture (Upvotes: 3)
@balzac, technically yes, they have a stub axle. However, the stub axle doesn't have to go past the suspension, so to save weight many newer cars have it stop basically at the suspension arms. When I said axle I was referring to a bar that connected both wheels so the spun together. Also was a car made to drive on two wheels, or was it a unmodified car? on On His Way To Fix Your Car (Upvotes: 2)

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