Like the title says, I am 90% sure I am getting a powertrax no slip. I am wondering whether I should get one for the dana 30 front or the chrysler 8.25 in the rear. My xj is daily driven and I would just like to have the added traction. Any input will be appreciated. Thanks
'99 XJ 4.0 AW4/242
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Wow what a truly unique post..... If its a daily driver i would think the rear would be better even though its not spooled together it still makes the steering a little tight. You will get so many different answers on this one it will make you dizzy, just go with your gut.
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There are numerous front/rear locker threads and you should search for them, and read the different opinions.
I have installed a locker in the front axle of one Jeep and the rear axle of another and driven both on the 4x4 trails. A rear locker provides the greatest traction benefit. A front locker provides the best manners for on pavement driving.
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