so hypoid gears are known for there strength in diffs, just wondering what happens if they are being driven opposite to that, so the crown wheel is driving the pinion? Basically my car is 4wd and the transfer to the rear has this setup and it is one of the weak spots in the gearbox.. I'm wondering whether to make normal bevel gears to take the place of the hypoids.. any thoughts??
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