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I know there are a ton of posts on rubicon vrs sport. I understand the differences, my question is for the rubicon owners out there. During the winter are you happy with the open diff/ locker/bld combo or do you sometimes wish you had limited slip diff. please base answers only on winter driving. Are you satisfied with it in the snow/ ice or is it sketchy?
 

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I find. With frozen ground(grassy/dirt) And like 2-3 inches of snow. When they ain't locked it hops around and slips a bit. Locked up it is pritty good though. Def not doin any high speed driving in the snow anyway. So does pritty decent. Just put some weight in the back n ur alright.
 

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Thanks I appreciate the reply. We here in Missouri don't get that bad of winters, but I just want to make a good choice.
 

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I'm in KC and never had to use my lockers in the snow. I've never had the need to use 4lo in the snow.
 

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BFG AT's are alot better in snow and ice than the Mud tires. I wouldn't own any other tires where I live here in MI.
 
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