There's a couple questions that went unanswered in this thread and I was wondering the same kinds of things.
1. What is the difference between the Lock Right and No-Slip? I thought the No-Slip was a limited slip-like product while the Lock Right is an auto locker. But this whole business of no clutches and %100 lock up for the No-Slip makes me wonder...
2. How does the No-Slip handle up front in the snow/ice?
Since you are in Michigan, how did the Powertrax do in the snow and ice? I want to add one to my Dana 30 front but I'm not going to do it if during the winter the Jeep is a hazard. For almost six months of the year my driveway is icy...
X2 (or X3 actually), how is it on roads with ice and snow?
would this locker be ideal for my 02 TJ, i wanna put a noclip in my D35 rear end, only cuz powertrax is the only differential company that makes lockers for my Trak loc Carrier. i got stock axle shafts and 33's. and a real light foot no matter what i wheel
I certainly would not have installed that locker if it were my Dana 35c axle. Their axle shafts can break with bigger tires even without a locker but with a locker it's only a matter of time.
Not clear on one thing.
Do they tear up the 27 splines, or snap somewhere on the shaft?
What I'm relly asking is will the a locker and 33" tires be Ok on a D35 with Superior 27 spline shafts?
Thought I read to stay with 27 splines and be able to use factorys as spares??