A fucking killer
*ponders*Rubicrawler said:It's a posi
Power Locks are great limited slips, the more they wear the more they grab, or so I'm told. A buddy has been running them for years and I've very seldom seen only one tire spin....only when one is off the ground. In the front it would be perfect, still, they're no substitute for a real locker.uglyscout said:As for limited slips - the word on the street is Powr-Loks are better than Trac-Loks. But both are nowhere near any real locker ....
The Tru-Track needs a little tire drag to get it to work though (e-brake works fine if one tire is up). No noise or popping like a Detroit, but it sure works.RockDoc said:If $$'s an issue and you're not wanting a Lock-right or ez-locker, search for someone selling a Detroit Tru-Trac. They're a gear driven LS rather than clutch. They lock well although it is written that they lock better with higher tire speed. I ran one for about a year in a D35 before the 8.8 before the 14 bolt. It worked great and even broke 3 D35 shafts in its time. Picked it up for about $100.
a friend of mine is selling his and its shimmed really stiff.
He made it through Sledge and Claw this past weekend with no problems...
or maybe do a power-lock in my Dana 60?
I know I *should* do a full Detroit, but the $$$ is prohibitive.
I just put a slightly used tru-trac in the front of my Toyota. Since it's gear driven, I guess it's OK to use regular ol' 90W instead of limited slip lube? I hope so, 'cause I just pumped the diff full of 90W!RockDoc said:Detroit Tru-Trac. They're a gear driven LS rather than clutch.