Okay, I guess this is a conceptual problem that I am having with this one. let me explain the problem, firstly: A sedan rolled off the road and needs to be towed. In order to get the car on the tow bed, it is pulled along an incline of 23.1 dgrees with a chain wrapped around a frictionless axle, composed of a solid cylinder of mass 58.2kg and a diameter .211m. The car has a mass of 1120kg. a) find the forse required to pull on the chain in order that the car moves at a constant speed b) find the tension in the chain. Here's my problem: We are pulling it up to the bed of the truck, and the chain is wrapped around a cylindar, then connected to the car. Does it matter that the chain is wrapped around a cylinder? wouldn't it just rotate? would that change the force needed to pull it up? This doesn't sound like a pulley to me, which is the only way i see it making a difference. I know this may seem like a weird question to a weird problem, but i'm just sitting here scratching my head unable to move forward! Haha, any help here would be appreciated!