Watch yourself with that logic cause then truely the only way to have a 4x2 is with a spool, it will always drive both tires. But don't confuse him with that. Standard definition is how many wheels CAN be driven.4x2.....Because the truck has 4 wheels... just like your mountain bike has only has 2. And to really confuse things its really a 4x1 unless you have a limited slip rear end.
^ Great point..... I was just trying to simplify things a bit. Without sounding like a dick.Watch yourself with that logic cause then truely the only way to have a 4x2 is with a spool, it will always drive both tires. But don't confuse him with that. Standard definition is how many wheels CAN be driven.
So....you want to lift your motorcycle? Sorry, couldn't resist.What up. Total newbie to the world of Tacomas and needed a little advice. I was given a 05 sr5 2x2 and was wondering if it is possible to get it lifted. Basically make it look like the pre runner. Is it worth it or would it cost too much. Thanks people.
Not true, there have been 2 wheel drive bikes in the past...they have just been uneconomical to build due to their complexity. They are actually starting to catch on now in the dirt bike world due to their increased tractionif a 2x2 bike or motorcycle is real, then how can you steer them. a belt would pop and would not reach or come off when turned to one side. shaft driven bikes would break the shaft. and chain driven is the same as the belt. that bike is only good for going down hill. and there will be no way of leaning. you would not be able to even turn the bike when still.