What dodge rear wheel drive cars have a 108 wheelbase?
1970-74 Plymouth barracuda1971-76 dodge demon/duster/ Dart sport
First generation Firebirds have a 108.1 inch wheel base.
There were a total of 11,019 Dodge Power-Wagons built in 1965. There were 4,927 built with a 6 cylinder engine. There were 6,092 built with a V8. http://www.dodgepowerwagon.com/main/production.php
No, not feasibly. Front wheel drive cars typically have a transverse engine (as opposed to a longitudinal engine found in rear wheel drive cars) and a transmission with a different output location that that found on a rear wheel drive car... I won't say such a conversion is impossible, but it's h...
FWD cars dont have a rear axle, the wheels are mounted independently, there may be some situations where there is a tube there, but it will not have an axle shaft.The wheels just ride independently on bearings, they aren't connected by an axle like in a RWD vehicle.
List of Rear Wheel Drive Vehicles Chevrolet Corvette. A well-known American muscle car, the Chevrolet Corvette is considered one of the best rear-wheel-drive vehicles according to I See Cars.com. Toyota Tacoma. BMW 3-Series. Suzuki Grand Vitara. Mazda MX-5 Miata.
if it has the same stud pattern yes. hope this helpsYes, as long as they fit.
yeah, you can. I have a 97 cavalier that I converted to a rear wheel drive. people keep saying that it costs soooo much money..I did the whole conversion for about $1000. I dropped a '95 b13 rotary engine in there. really nice. so yeah, go for it.
In both road and rail vehicles, the wheelbase is the distance between the centers of the front and rear wheels.For road vehicles with more than two axles (e.g.some trucks), the wheelbase is the distance between the steering (front) axle and the centerpoint of the driving axle group.
Back in 2016, we reported that Cadillac was working on a small, rear-wheel drive sedan to compete with the Mercedes CLA and Audi A3.Unlike all other entry-level luxury sedans, Cadillac's new, small sedan will be rear-wheel drive—the only other rear-drive car in the same general sphere is the BMW ...
Generally speaking a rear wheel drive setup can be made from the four wheel drive parts which are readily available but modified without the power going to the front wheels.You'll also have a driveshaft tunnel running the length of the car and a rear axle diff and gearbox that copes with the RWD ...
Anything is possible with enough $$$, if the car came with the option for AWD it is easier, but still expensive. Would need the front- axles, hubs, diff., subframe, possibly different steering rack, the transfer case, both driveshafts, transfercase computer,wiring, sensors, fronts suspension, etc.
With great difficulty.With enough time and money you can change a front drive car to rear drive. The question becomes "why bother"?Unless you've got your own workshop, and a donor car standing ready, or there's something real special about the car you want to do this to, the sensible thing is to ...
It's not impossible, but it is extremely impractical.
First of im not sure how detailed you want this answer to be but ill give you a breif overview :FWD- basically the engine sends power to the front two wheels.This results is UNDERSTEER meaning when you try to turn left and you take the corner too fast, you will end up turning wide. Feels like ure...
Out of alignment.......warped brake rotor......broken belt in a tire.....
FWD vehicles also get better traction because the weight of the engine and transmission are over the front wheels.Generally speaking, good traction in snow and rain makes your drive safer than if you were in a vehicle with rear wheel drive (RWD).Front-wheel drive vehicles may also feature all-whe...
Rear wheel drive is better than front wheel drive.With a bit of work and fairly minimal investment, a skilled mechanic and fabricator can make almost any car rear wheel drive simply by moving the engine and transmission to where they should have been in the first place.
History and Filtration of Rear Wheel Drive Honda Cars The first generation Honda S2000 roadster had a rear-while drive with exceptional performance and handling.Within no time, Ito announced that Honda is not going for V8 engine or RWD.Instead, the brand will focus on hybrid cars, FWD, V6 engine...
Change to a RWD chassis
Most of the time, front-wheel drive cars get better gas mileage because the weight of the drivetrain is less than that of a rear-wheel vehicle.Generally speaking, good traction in snow and rain makes your drive safer than if you were in a vehicle with rear wheel drive (RWD).
Rear wheel drive vehicles are better able to deal with loads, that's why there are few, if any, front wheel drive pickup trucks, and zero front wheel drive commercial trucks.
To pay someone to do this job would not be cost effective. Better to buy a rear wheel drive vehicle and sell the front wheel drive vehicle.
A stair-lift would be a novel addition.
pretty much you dont convert front wheel drive to rear wheel drive it would involve new engine, new transmission, new differential, new drive shaft etc just cost prohibitve and you would have to change suspension and a lot of engineering would be required just buy a rear wheel drive vehicle
Most people will say the rear, in order to reduce the risk of fishtailing.
Anything is possible with time, money and some serious modification. Front wheel drive vehicles are not designed to accept the dimensions of the parts that are needed for rear wheel drive. The engine compartment is designed to accept transverse (sideways) mounted engines not inline engines, there...
Auto Repair For Dummies, 2nd Edition Wheel bearings usually come in pairs of inner and outer bearings.Usually, only the non-drive wheels (that is, the front wheels on rear-wheel drive vehicles and the rear wheels on front-wheel drive vehicles) have repackable wheel bearings.
look under it..if there is a driveshaft (cylinder shaped thing going from the front to back in the center) running to the rear axle, then it is rwd, if not it is fwdOr if you don't fancy that look at the engine if it at the drivers side of the car it's front wheel drive if not it is RWD or All Wh...
If they are the same size, of course.
most commonly the right side tire is the traction tire unless it is a posi-trac rear end. then both tires are main traction tires. the easiest way to tell is lift one tire off the ground leave the vehicle in neutral and if the tire rotates there is not a posi.
anything is possible with money but is it worth it?
OK. I am attempting to take a front wheel drive 87 2.8ltr motor from a Bonneville and put it in a 87 s-10 Blazer. That's when I noticed all the differences. First thing I noticed - The Heads are totally different. The heads from the Bonneville are huge compared to the one's from the s-10. The tim...
Yes if they are the proper size and have the same bolt pattern.
With money and fabrication anything is possible but you have to ask yourself is it worth it.It's within the realm of possibility, but it'll cost much, much more than it's actually worth.
Do you have to dissconnect the drive shaft on rear wheel drive with standard transmission when towing on car dolly?
No, you just put the transmission in neutral. This works for both a dolly and for flat towing.
Nissan 350z/300zx are RWD for sure umm oo Mercedes C Class Sport that's for sure. Some of the gto hatches have rwd, and VW like gti, also BMW Z3/Z4/M, Porsche 928/944/968, Rx-7s mazdaz, cant think of others i will update if i come up with anything else but these are just available in states im su...
The 2006 Cadillac Escalade has a 9 ft. 8 in. (116 in.) wheel base.
The Volkswagen Polo Winter Project car is commissioned to celebrate VW Motorsport India's 10th anniversary and is a rear-engined, rear-wheel drive car for the track.The Polo RX is a rear-engined, rear-wheel drive car that is powered by the same engine that is also used on the Volkswagen Ameo Cup ...
A Ford Mustang 1979 to 1993 Fox Body.
In front wheel drive the traction comes from the front wheels while in rear wheel drive traction power comes from the rear wheels.
Absolutely. It's a recommended procedure to ensure even tire wear between the front and the rear tires. Further... swap the rears to the opposite fronts.. ie.. rear left to front right.. the fronts can just be swapped to same side rear on most cars an trucks..
The other advantage RWD cars offer is better balance — and because of this, better handling.While a FWD car has most of the weight of the engine and transaxle (the transmission and axle assembly are one unit in a FWD car) over the front wheels, a RWD car spreads the weight of its drivetrain more ...
2003 INFINITI G35.Infiniti's new G35 sedan boasts all the hallmarks of a true sports sedan: powerful engine, rear-wheel drive, sports suspension, performance tires, excellent brakes, and driver-oriented cockpit.The Infiniti G35 sedan clearly lives up to its claim as a sports sedan.
Pontiac introduced the sporty midsize front-wheel-drive G6 sedan for 2005, aiming it at the Mazda6, Mitsubishi Galant and Nissan Altima.The G6 has multiple engine choices for 2008, including a 3.6-liter V-6 for GXP models.Exclusively teamed with this engine is a six-speed automatic transmission.
In many cases they are lubricated from the gear oil in the differential.
Why are transversely mounted engines for front wheel drive cars not suitable to fit in rear wheel drive cars?
You said it right there, they are transversely mounted. The engine is made to bolt up to a front wheel drive transmission and all accesories are driven differently.
This is highly doubtful the entier vehilce is design to turn the front wheels. Teh unibody or frame the transaxles the drive shafts engine compartment are built / engineered to be front wheel drive.
Yes it can be done, but is never a good idea. It is always less expensive to sell your existing 2WD and purchase a 4WD. yes you can bout it will be some money
You should always install 2 new tires on the rear of the vehicle, regardless of where the drive wheels are. The reason for this is that it is much easier to control understeer (the front wheels sliding out) than oversteer (the rear wheels sliding out). This is why if you are unable to replace all...
A front wheel drive car has the weight of the engine of the car to help with traction as for the rear wheel does not have the engine weighing it down so there is less traction.
Yes you have to poke it really hard
They might be a little different, as they are on different cars. But they work just the same and have just the same types of parts.
No, they usually have something called a CV (constant velocity) joint which is sort of same, same but different.
Differences between a transmission designed for transverse front wheel drive vehicle compared to a rear wheel drive front engine vehicle?
More weight over the drive wheels = better traction with front wheel drive.
Sure most new or near new (Especially in the last 15 years) cars that have manual gearboxes are front wheel drive.
Yes, all four wheels should be aligned to make sure that they are all rotating on the same plane. If they are not, you can get odd wear patterns on your tires and shorten their lives.
For the drive wheels on most cars - the rear wheels on a rear-wheel drive car, or the front wheels on a front-wheel drive car. There is a "limited slip differental", a set of gears connected to the driveshaft and axles. For the non-driven wheels on your car -- the front wheels on a rear-wheel dri...