Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: Lisbon, LA
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ok ya'll. none of ya'lls trucks have a locker, unless under any given condition, both rear tires spin. limited slip is a term when power is transfered to the wheel with less traction. if each tire has equal traction(or somewhere close) then both tires will transfer power. a true locker locks both rear tires under all conditions. ask any educated person in the offroad world, and they will back me up on this. they are the ones who know everything about lockers. they are the ones who basically came up with the idea of a locker. a locker does exactly what it says, locks the tires together. and there are different kinds of lockers, full time lockers, air lockers, or gearless lockers. some trucks come with gearless lockers(which are crap).
'96 Chevy Blazer 4x4, 6" lift,2" body lift, 35" BFG Mud Terrains---SOLD IT JUST LAST WEEK
'99 F-250 4x4, 8" lift, 38" super swamper tsl, eagle 589 alloy wheels, front and rear dana 60 axles, with 4.11 gears, and detroit air lockers. this truck is one bad mutha---NEVER SELLING. LOL
'02 Chevy s-10 5spd 2wd.---ABOUT TO SELL IT FOR SOMETHING MORE RELIABLE
TRUCKS ARE RED, TRACTORS ARE GREEN