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Old 07-08-2007, 02:56 PM
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Detroit lockers

<TABLE><TBODY><TR><TD vAlign=top width="100%">ok im sick of open diffs. off-road capabilities are so limited with them. i want to go detroit locker in the rear, maybe front also. the reason i choose detroit is because it is as simple as could be, no clutches, a lot less that can break. but i have never driven a truck with detroit lockers, and i hear mixed reviews. some people say its hard to stay in on lane with them, and they really are not street friendly. and some people say they don't have much of a problem with them- that is all with rear detroit lockers.
as far as front detroit lockers, people say its hard to turn in 4x4, and in mud the truck tends to push forward and no turn at all.
what are your experiences with them?
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the best way to go is full detroit in the rear and selectable up front. It's more money, but the best for all around control.
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