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Old 26 June 2017, 06:39 PM
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Originally Posted by overyonder View Post
As for the rear, it's quite possible to use what's called a cutting brake, which is in effect 2 independently actually parking brakes. Instead of having one pedal or handle that is split to both wheels, 2 handles are used, one to each side. That's fairly common in sandrails (aka "dune buggies").

Yeah, but it looks to me like the rear wheels are actually turning in opposite directions, one side turning forwards and the other turning backwards. Simply having separate left and right brakes wouldn't do that. You'd need some kind of special gearing to accomplish that.
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