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Old 09-25-2005, 01:33 PM
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Open Differentials

Is there any affordable, easy to do, reliable way to upgrade open differentials too anything else?
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What do you want? LS or a locker?

You could always weld up the spider gears...but I would highly disregard this unless its an offroad truck only.
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Lunchbox locker for the rear like a Lock-rite.

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You could always weld up the spider gears...but I would highly disregard this unless its an offroad truck only.
Ahhhh.... the "Lincoln-Locker"... also known as the hillbilly locker.
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I would like a locker, but i do to much highway driving and think i would be better off with more like a limited slip. I dont want to weld.
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