Hi to everyone.
Can anyone say if this is correct?
I have a little used 450 Y Rhino, 2007.
When in 2-wheel drive there does not seem to be a proper differential action in that the front wheels, I think its the front, will not drive smoothly over loose gravel or grass without struggling and tearing up the surface like cars will do easily. Should there/is there a differential on both the front and rear wheels when in 2-wheel drive?
I expect it in 4 wheel drive especially in 4 wheel drive diff-lock.
It has always been like this. It just seems wrong and if correct is a major failing of the model.
I have seen other makes drive smoothly without tearing at loose surfaces or squealing/struggling when cornering on asphalt.
Also the Rhino is very poor at letting me get the choke off. Takes an age to warm up and stall so easy while doing so. Seems like a weak mixture to me