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im trying to decide what diff. i wanna get.. input would be awesome thanks.. im looking between the Detroit locker in 31 spline and the DETROIT TRUETRAC
 

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I'm gettng the truetrac cuz I've heard people having stories that thier tires screech at turns with the locker
 

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i been trying to find info on that.. i like the locker just for the fact that it puts 100% to both wheel.. but im still trying to find info on both
 

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i also like these for the fact no clutch to burn up like on a posi.. i burnt mine with my 315's thats the only thing i can think of.. and both are "suppose" to be almost indestructible
 

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Do you hit up the strip a lot? Don't really know a lot about either but I'd think the trutrac would be better for everyday driving. I think I am safe to assume the locker is the better choice for drag racing though?
 

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no not really but.. i wanna build it to where i dont ever have to worrie about it.. thats why im doin 31 spline moser axles. i got a trick flow diff. cover. nd a set of ford racing 3.73's. nd also have a set of ford 4.10's but im planing on using the 3.73 cause its a daily driver.... now just trying to find the diff. i want to use
 

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hmmm...Well i wish I could help you out but I just don't know enough about the diff. if the truetrac is supposedly indestructible as well I'd go for that one. Is it worth having a locker in a daily driver? hopefully someone else will chime in with locker experience
 

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i just ordered the trutrac last night from summit i thought the same thing about the locker
 

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I have the D-locker. If you're car is not 90% drag then I'd go with the trutrac. The locker is definately a different bread and your driving habits will have to change on the street. Not for a faint hearted. But aside from a spool its the best insurance you'll ever buy. I'm going on over 200+ 6800rpm dumps on slicks and it hasn't skipped a beat.

-Mark
 

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nice.. and i ordered the trutrac now i need to find out what weight oil to use and if it needs an additive
 

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If It doesn't have a clutch then it doesn't need a additive but I'm not too sure on that
 

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Friction modifier is added to clutch pack style LSD units.
 
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