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Let me know the good and the bad.

How are they on the street. Any wheel hopping while turning?????
 

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Let me know the good and the bad.

How are they on the street. Any wheel hopping while turning?????
they pop while turning and I wouldnt reccommend them for a car that is driven on the street everyday.
 

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They pop

How do you mean. Just noisy going around turns. Isn't that the ratchet system built in them.

The pop isn't the tire like when running a spool.

I can deal with noise. This is going on my street/strip car. Not the stang
 

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Not the pop is the clutches in them running from both wheels to a single wheel when turning. From what I understand I will be doing a locker sometime in the future.
 

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I have the Detroit Locker "truetrac" in mine. No noise whatsoever. Works like a limited slip, but when you honkin on it both wheels get the power.

Do you mean a spool type rear end? Don't know if Detroit Locker makes one. Spools ARE NOT for the street!!!
 

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Anything that pops while making a turn is not a manufactuer issue LOL. I've seen p1, p2 class vehicle rear-ends and they don't pop LOL
 

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they pop while turning and leI wouldnt reccommend them for a car that is driven on the street everyday.
Let me correct myself they dont pop,:D

i had a blonde moment fellors.:eek:


but the factory trak lock will pop while turning if it has four clutch packs in it instead of 3 or so ive heard
 

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LOL I'm pretty sure you meaning something on the verge of a "wild whining" like noise right?
 

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I had a locker in the rear of my old truck and it wasn't too bad. It ate up tires kinda quick.
 

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My "truetrac" makes no noise and works as advertised. I also have 3:73's, 31 spline 4 lugs, and C clip eliminators. It has taken several 6k rpm clutch drops and not a problem whatsoever. Now my T5,,,,that's a different story.
 
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