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post #1 of 6 Old 02-11-2002, 06:04 PM Thread Starter
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Trac-Lock LSD: Opinions?

hey guys, payday's comin up soon and I've seen a sale on track-lock LSD's on some of the various dealer ads. Whats the general consensus of this diff? Good/Bad wears out quickly? etc.. i know i have to use the clutch pack lube with it. My jeep is pretty much stock and prolly wont see more than 31" tires. just want a little bit more than open diffs for the type of stuff i do.


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oh.. this LSD is for the D35 ( i know i know, sucky axle) does anyone know of one for the front D30 axle?

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Save your money, you can do almost as much with the parking brake as you can with the Trac-Loc, especially at dealer pricing.
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hahahhaa... ok ok yeah.. i did a little more reading.. still wish there was an affordable quality LSD out there

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hahahhaa... ok ok yeah.. i did a little more reading.. still wish there was an affordable quality LSD out there

There is...Detroit TrueTrac ( no clutches to wear out...about $335.00...or the Auburn...Trac-Lok is good if you got it with your vehicle but I would not buy one to install...the others are much better
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I have a Tru Trac. Haven't used it a lot, but it seems to work ok. I have been told that with one tire in the air I will wish I had put in an ARB.
Still, in mud and bumps the lsd should be ok.
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