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I have a 2014.

I've done a few short burnouts, just to see how the rear would hook up. Nannies on and off.

So far I've been able to leave patches as long as 4 ft, but of all the 3 or four times i did this, left and right sides are the same length, one is not lighter than the other.

I know this is an open diff, so how is this so ? I know the truck has systems to brake the spinning tire under certain conditions, but two even patches ? hard to believe electronic wheel braking would work this well, not to mention others are talking about the ' One Wheel Peel'

Anyone else notice this happening on their truck ? The details on mine are in my signature.

Thanks,

Joe
 
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Equal traction.

Try pouring some water under the right tire, bet that will change things.
 

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I already tried that, also used motor oil. Didn't make any difference.
 
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Just wanted to thank everyone for their responses. It actually took a day or two for the equal traction thing to sink in. Way too much on my mind these days. I'm still amazed. My old Nissan was not capable of this under any circumstances unless I had the locker engaged. Simply amazing. It's an open diff.

Sincerely,

Joe
 
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