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06-02-2010 06:21 PM
Jerry Bransford Try these two posts to get you started. Sorry they are a bit "wordy" but they will get you a good start on the bigger issues of lockers & LSDs.

What? Why do I need a locker? I thought I had 4WD!

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06-02-2010 05:56 PM
All about lockers...arb, detroit, ox, auburn????

So ive visited many threads to try to piece together info on different lockers, but i am still confused and i feel others are too.

1) I want to make a thread that explains exactly the difference between, lockers, selectable, true trac, and LSD.

2) Different companies that make each and how much $$$?

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