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Old 08-22-2001, 09:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Are these any better than a lock right or any other of this type of locker.
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They are the same IMO. I have em' and have had no problems, probably going with a spool next though. It hops the truck around corners too much, and kinda pisses me off. I wouldn't go bigger than 33's with it either.
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<STRONG>They are the same IMO. I have em' and have had no problems, probably going with a spool next though. It hops the truck around corners too much, and kinda pisses me off. I wouldn't go bigger than 33's with it either.</STRONG>
He's a newbie, explain what HOPS around corners, Lockright, Detroit, or the spool. I have the lockrights and have had good luck so far. If I would have known about the great deals on spools i would have bought one a long time ago. But now i will save upp for the ARB
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I have 32s, what about some of the other Detoit Lockers. The True Trak or something like that?? It's a step above the luch box. But below there high end locker.
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<STRONG>I have 32s, what about some of the other Detoit Lockers. The True Trak or something like that?? It's a step above the luch box. But below there high end locker.</STRONG>
TrueTrac is a limited slip differential. No way shape or form it's a locker (I have one up front).

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Just grenaded a True Trac, so naturally I will have to say wouldn't recommend them. I have now replaced the True Trac with a spool for half the price and twice the satisfaction. <IMG SRC="smilies/smile.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/smokin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/blender.gif" border="0">
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If I had to do it again I would deifinately put a spool in the rear diff!! I saw what was left of Camo's rear Diff at TDS and the spool was still intact.
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