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Lots of people have lockers and/or Limited Slips in their daily drivers. What you choose for traction devices will be based on your budget, your 4x4 trail conditions and usage, your local weather conditions, and your pavement usage.
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Do your reading, but I can say that as far as traction systems go.... and Im no expert, but Im really happy with the Detroit TrueTrac. The quick summary of it is that it engages when you're on the gas so you aren't always locked up. Some of the down sides that Ive heard is that it can be a bit of a handful with a manual and I guess it doesnt work that great for rock crawling where you lift one of the tires off the ground. Other than that, it has a nice smooth, dare I say unnoticable, locking motion that gives plenty of traction.
Didn't read above posts. Here's my take... Manual auto lockers are pretty much always engaged... When your in gear off the gas engine brakin or just coasting it stays engaged. I think when I finally pull the trigger on a locker I'll get like the guy said above. Probably a selectable in the front...
I will be living in the snow during winters next year and even though everyone who has a locker jn the snow I'd rather just make it simple and get a selectable for the rear. Not an ARB but I don't have the $$ to grab one of those. Probably an electric... Even tho I have onboard air
My second try: 1990 Jeep Cherokee Xj 6.5ish" lift with tj componets, 33" duratrac's, oversized roof rack, onboard air, body armor.
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