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2 wheel drive is when only either your rear or front tires move your car along when you put pressure on your gas pedal (only one or the other) the other set of wheels just roll along, 4 wheel drive is when you apply pressure on your gas pedal all 4 wheels move the car along, kind of difficult to explain, hopefully it cleared things up a little bit.s
I will now answer your question, and it will make sense.unlike ^his^ I have had this happen to me, and the spokes ended up working their way through my tire tube, It also bent my rim. So i would recommend that you take your wheel off, and get it fixed at any motorbike store/tire place. If you continue to ride with broken/missing spokes, you will come across a lot of problems in the future.s
Look under the back of the car. In a rear-wheel drive car, there will ALWAYS be a differential between the rear wheels. In most cars, this is a metal case that's kind of round, with an axle coming out either side, and a drive shaft going in front. It's sometimes called a pumpkin. In some cars you have a rear trans-axle.an integrated transmission and differential. These are usually found in front-wheel drive cars, but are also found in mid-engined rear-drive cars, and in some sports cars (like the Corvette) for reasons of weight distribution (it puts the transmission nearer the rear of the car, counterbalancing the engine in front) All-wheel drive cars and 4WD cars and trucks also have differentials in the back, though. So this isn't a way to tell RWD from AWD/4WD. AWD cars also have a middle differential, but it isn't usually physically in the middle of the car, it's integrated into the transaxle. (They also have a front diff, same story) The way to spot AWD is that you have drive axles going to all four wheels. In a 2WD car, two of the wheels do not have drive axles running into the center of them. They're just sort of mounted onto the hub assembly.s
That same thing happened to me! So, I asked my mom, and she said that if you oil the center piece of the wheel with cooking oil, (that way if they lick the oil, it won't cause them any harm.) it will be silent. I tried it, and sure enough, it worked! But, it was alot of work to oil it so often. There is a special type of wheel called a Silent Spinner. We bought that, and our problems were solved! So, I would either oil the wheel, or, buy a silent spinner. Worked for me!s