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I was thinking the other day about steer while I am blowing this winter I thought about each wheel having it's own brake like a sunstar. So I guess the question would be I have a 6000 series tractor with limited slip rearend if I was to rig up a brake on each wheel would it work with the rearend or what kind of probelms would I have if I tried this. I realize it would be easier if I just got new tire with traction but that cost money and I don't get to biuld something if I do that.

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