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Old 10-25-2012, 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by birddseedd View Post
iv been told when you are in that situation with a limited slip you can press the brake and both will spin again. at that point ur not getting traction on either wheel and ur kinda screwed anyway.
Yes I have heard of doing that with open rears as well. Lightly touch your brake pedal or lighly put on the emergency brakes.

So I have tried those things and found them to not really make much difference.
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