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Critical to traction. Vehicles are set up to provide a desired weight transfer to the rear wheels. Upon acceleration, the front wheels lift and the weight shifts to the rear wheels, which makes them less likely to spin.
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the shifting of the body weight from the rear (farthest from target) leg in the backswing to the forward leg in the downswing Example: In a standard-issue full golf swing a weight transfer is pretty i [..]
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When a locomotive (or other powered vehicle) begins motoring or braking, the distribution of weight on the axles changes due to the shift in the body weight. This can give rise to wheels slipping or sliding. Modern systems of motor and brake control can reduce the risk but never eliminate it entirely. See also Creep Control
Source: railway-technical.com


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