I disagree that "any type of auto locking device will extend the single drive train out to the wheels" - an auto locker only is supposed to lock up when one wheel spins faster than the other and forces the clutch pack or other inertia activated device to partially lock the differential - ie limited slip or such or fully like a detroit auto locker, then I would agree it does, - normally they are not supposed to be locked.
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