Rubicon axles ??
I was driving the jeep in the rain recently. As I often do on wet streets in whatever I drive, I'll occasionaly give it enough gas to break the tires loose just to see how slick the pavement is. When I did this in the 05 Rubi, both tires grabbed shortly after one began to spin. Is there a lmited slip type device working when the lockers are not engaged? If so, how'd they get all that in one axle? :-)
"Ted" 2005 Limited Unlimited Rubicon (Sahara edition 536/1000)
Hard Top, Smittybilt SRC Bumpers, 8000lb Winch
JKS 1.25" BL and 1" BMML, RE Budget Boost
285-75r16 Nitto Terra-Grapplers
Gibson Stainless Cat-Back Exhaust
JeepMedic high clearance skid
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