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Tractech/Detroit True Trac LSD in D60

I am interested in a lsd for the front differential. I had a true trac in a Jeep and it worked well in the front. It's gear based, not clutch based and was very well mannered, especially in snow.

Anyone use one in a D60 Superduty? If it works like it did in the Jeep I'd like it, but the D60 *and* the truck are much bigger. Any idea if it will hold up under an '05 SuperDuty? I'll be running 33" - 35" tires. Thanks.
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