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post #1 of 4 Old 03-19-2003, 06:18 PM Thread Starter
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powertrax-no slip???

Has anyone intalled a no-slip in the rear 35c? I'm considering it for my ZJ since it supposedlly has great on/off road driving and cornering characteristics. I've heard it is very quiet and cooperative on pavement but locks solid on the trail. As a daily driver, I know, a selectable locker would be better, but I am looking for a cheaper alternative. Any help?

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Try a Lock-Rite made from PowerTrax. they are like $260 or something at www.rustysoffroad.com. But I am getting either a Lock-Rite or a No-Slip for the rear. I will let you know how it does.

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I'm also looking at the power-trax,any info would help.

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I have a No-Slip in my 96 ZJ 35c. It is not totally guiet, it clunks and bangs at slow speeds when strarting a turn with any throttle. You can feel it pull one way or the other when you accelerate going straight if it's not locked. You get used to it and learn when not to stand on the gas so you don't spin the inside tire going around a corner.
It was easy to install and works great off road. I can recommend it if you don't mind dealing with the odd handling.

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