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Old 03-18-2013, 09:26 PM   #1
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Do foxes have all time posi or limited slip with a locker!?
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Its a limited slip diff. A pretty good one to. Unless your clutches are worn in the t lock then you should have both tires spining. I wouldnt recommend a locker unless you plan on mostly dragging it. And I dont mean dressing it up in girls clothes.
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Its a limited slip diff. A pretty good one to. Unless your clutches are worn in the t lock then you should have both tires spining. I wouldnt recommend a locker unless you plan on mostly dragging it. And I dont mean dressing it up in girls clothes.
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How do you know it's working right cause I used to come out of a turn and floor it and I would get it sitting side ways but lately only one tire spins and I don't like that! haha
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How do you know it's working right cause I used to come out of a turn and floor it and I would get it sitting side ways but lately only one tire spins and I don't like that! haha
Sounds like your in need of a rebuild to me. Try doing a burnout in a straight line. Then see if they both spin.
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Oh yeah, those 1 wheel burnouts no one likes. That is an indication of the need to replaces the traction-lok clutches.
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if the clutches in the unit are worn you may only spin one wheel but it should have one in the factory 8.8 rear
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Yeah I have the same thing going on. Figured they didnt have a LSDiff
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