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Old 11-24-2009, 11:47 PM
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electric locker

does anybody know if they make an electric locker for an 05 xlt supercrew with a 5.4 and I believe 9.75 rear end with 3.55 gears. I seem to be able to find it for every truck ever made except mine.
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yeah they dont seem to make them, however detroit lockers or better limited slips without clutch packs are out there....here are some for you to take a look at.


hope this helps.

It is odd that there are no real e-lockers out there for the 9.75. I guess your only option is to take the rear pumpkin and beef up the limited slip. Then if you have 4WD you could take the 8.8 front end and put an e-locker in that.


On Edit: We have a Detroit Truetrac on my dad's superduty and it performs wonderfuly. It is locked when we need it and unlocks when turning. It is a very solid unit that has no clutchpacks to deal with so pretty much zero maintenance other than changin the fluids at the required times.

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