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post #1 of 4 Old 05-13-2011, 06:30 AM Thread Starter
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Dana 30 Yukon Grizzly locker

Opinions needed. Is the Yukon Grizzly locker a good idea for a daily driver on par with the Detroit TruTrac?


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Boy, this doesn't say much for the Yukon locker in a Dana 30 does it? I wrote the company and asked if the locker operates as an open diff in 2WD. Seems like it should.


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Hey Bert!

Front or rear?

Needs to be selectable in the rear for a daily driver IMO. A nice option for the front is the Aussie and the rear go with ARB or OX - I know of several running this setup and it works well. I am running ARB both front and rear just because I want the option of a selectable.
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Front. I have a Dana 44 w/Tracloc in the back. Like you, I live on the flats of the Texas Gulf Coast but with 99% of my driving on the road and want an LSD in the front, or something that acts like it.


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Hey Bert!

Front or rear?

Needs to be selectable in the rear for a daily driver IMO. A nice option for the front is the Aussie and the rear go with ARB or OX - I know of several running this setup and it works well. I am running ARB both front and rear just because I want the option of a selectable.


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