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towing a quattro
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- Subject: towing a quattro
- From: Dave Eaton <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 09 Apr 1996 17:34:12 +0012
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i interrupted a towie the other day trying to remove my illegally parked s2. driving away the thought occured to me that towing a quattro (w/torsen) would not be that healthy an experience for the transmission.
ie. both front wheels stationary (on the tow truck), and the rear wheels moving. the torsen locks 25:75% so therefore there would be torque transmitted to the front diff and it would have nowhere to go (front wheels firmly embedded on the tow truck).
am i missing something?