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Old 11-20-2003, 11:19 PM
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I use a detroit truetrac differential. It is made by the same people as the detroit locker (obviously). It works like a zexel-torsen if you've ever heard of it. The case is really strong, and it seems to be well made. It works like and open differential most of the time, but the power you put to it, the harder the axles are locked together. It works really well, doesn't get to squirrelly on wet pavement. It makes a little noise when pulling forward after backing up, but isn't bad. You might want to look into one. I got mine from Randy's Ring and Pinion. They were great to deal with.
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