Originally Posted by WickedVision
Nice write up.
I did front and rear trutracs on my 98 auto too. They have worked great with everything I have thrown at them and have very good road manners.
Thanks, I'm really glad to hear that. What really makes it nice is that the tru-trac is handled by gears instead of clutches, so no more dismantling the diff to replace clutches. I'm fairly literate mechanically, but I still don't understand how the tru-trac works
but it does work!
As a side note when we pulled the rear differential cover off and examined the gears we did find a broken "spacer" (not sure what it is called), but there was no damage to the gears inside so our timing to replace the diff was good or it could have wound up to be more expensive