I have a simple lever with two points of equal force, each at a different distance from the fulcrum. --- What I want: As the arm turns, one point of force moves at a faster rate than the other. --- What I DO NOT want: One point of force having a mechanical advantage over the other. --- If I were to introduce two tracks in parallel, with each point of force on a track, but able to freely slide up and down the same lever arm as they moved across the tracks, would this remove the mechanical advantage from the force point farthest from the fulcrum? If not, is there another solution such as some lattice configuration, or even gears or something other than a lever? Again, all I want is two points of force moving together with one point of force moving at a faster rate than the other. Thanks.