Friday, August 03, 2018

if there weren't things to see that you'd never heard of, and the rest of the world was just more of the same, it would be so damn boring. But, that's not gonna happen yet, here's something new

this type of solid front axle pivoting in the middle, is basic horse wagon steering by the way. There's a reason car makers chose to pivot on the wheels themselves, and not on the middle of the chassis, but I don't recall what it is. Probably turning radius

Thanks to PDV for the link to the video!


  1. I checked the link, someone had a picture of the power train for the "Micron," turns out (no pun intended) this little guy is front wheel drive! That's one way to get around CV joints that I'd never seen before.

  2. Found this:

    1. Thanks for the link to the video!