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Old August 8th, 2013, 01:44 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by camoII View Post
Yeah I should have mentioned its my daily driver in the winter so I will be street driving. I've heard lockers are terrible in the snow that's why I thought unlocking one hub would help... Would a spartan locker have ok road manners in the snow?

Originally Posted by camoII View Post
Ok. Would a Spartan lunchbox locker be as bad as a spool? Never had any type of locker in the front that's why I'm asking. Don't have the extra cash to spend on an arb.

For the second time, not as bad as a spool. Will have different road manners than open.

Have you ever felt torque steer from gunning it in a front wheel drive car? Take that plus not allowing the wheels to spin at different rates makes one forcibly break traction while turning. This is manageable in the rear axle, you just get the chirp and wear tires faster.

Do this in the front and you're going to be fighting the thing every time you are engaged in the front.

I'm sorry I'm not giving you the answer you want. Go ahead and do it if you feel like you need to.

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Originally Posted by Gunsworth View Post
Wow, i would lick those...
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