Lightness Races in Orbit

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Jan
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comment If I can feel the difference between two-wheel and four-wheel drive, am I imagining it?
@Bob: Mitsubishi Outlander Elegance automatic
Jan
7
comment If I can feel the difference between two-wheel and four-wheel drive, am I imagining it?
That would be a good test, but there ain't no-one driving my car but me ;)
Jan
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Jan
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Jan
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Jan
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comment If I can feel the difference between two-wheel and four-wheel drive, am I imagining it?
aha! Interesting...
Jan
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comment If I can feel the difference between two-wheel and four-wheel drive, am I imagining it?
What about a steady, low speed in a straight line over an even surface?
Jan
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comment If I can feel the difference between two-wheel and four-wheel drive, am I imagining it?
@Bernhard: Okay but my seat is attached to a frame that is rigid, though that frame is mounted on the suspension. It's not bumps and stuff that I'm feeling differently (I'm sure I would); if I'm travelling along a flat road nice and calmly it's as if I can perceive the transmission itself. Can that still be the suspension? If so, how?!
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Feb
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accepted How can I open a latched bonnet in a 1997 Renault Clio?
Feb
24
comment How can I open a latched bonnet in a 1997 Renault Clio?
Alright; dropping myself on it a bit firmer than I had previously did the trick. :)
Feb
23
comment How can I open a latched bonnet in a 1997 Renault Clio?
That's right. And yes I did. It's front-hinged (that is, the "opening" end is close to the windscreen)
Feb
23
asked How can I open a latched bonnet in a 1997 Renault Clio?