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Unread 03-09-2003, 06:07 PM   #1
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No-Slip and Lock Rite

Which is better for the front of the ZJ? A No-Slip or a Lock Rite? Which would be better for a trail rated a 7.5 out 10, 10 being hardest. Which is better overall?

Is a Lock-Rite a FULL locker doing 100% of power to both wheels 100% of the time in 4WD? Or does it allow any slip? Same for the No-Slip (except does it slip)

Same all those questions also referring to the rear (which has a Trac-Lock with worn clutches.

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