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In what kind of configuration. and why?

Like a front wheel drive transmissions AND a rear wheel transmission?

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Maybe a 6 wheeler? :bow-blue:

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I don't see why they couldn't. I put two hydros together (with cable linkage) which has far more variables and room for error. 

I would say it should be fairly easy especially if neither drive axle steer. Awesome idea by the way. Makes me want to start building my v plow

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