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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 08-12-2009, 03:12 AM Thread Starter
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Dynatrac free spin kit

Has anyone had experience with this kit?


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Re: Dynatrac free spin kit

i dit the combo kit and love it. last way longer than the crappy sealed units. i was going through those units left and right. best upgrade i ever did.

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Re: Dynatrac free spin kit

You can always try the spintech kit from solid axle. It is a very nice kit too.

http://www.solidaxle.com/ProductCart...7&idproduct=50
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Re: Dynatrac free spin kit

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i dit the combo kit and love it. last way longer than the crappy sealed units. i was going through those units left and right. best upgrade i ever did.
Wow, that combo kit is the shyt. Me want.

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Re: Dynatrac free spin kit

Those are some nice kits. I am wanting to go with the dynatrac kit. To bad they are so much.
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Re: Dynatrac free spin kit

The Spintech and Dynatrac are priced about the same. I wonder which is the superior option.

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Re: Dynatrac free spin kit

I am not positive, but the spintech comes with the D60 Ujoints. I don't think the dynatrac kits come with that. but overall I don't think there is much of a difference. I have the spintech kit on my truck and I am happy with it.
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Re: Dynatrac free spin kit

So do they work like the factory hubs with electronic switch into 4wd? What I mean is can you put into 4wd to get out if you are slightly stuck, but put the hubs into lock to have solid 4wd that will not kick out and go into defensive mode if it notices to much slip?

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Re: Dynatrac free spin kit

I have the dynatrac kit.. Going on 4 years now and no problems at all. Thats with 35's probably around a 90,000 miles.

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So do they work like the factory hubs with electronic switch into 4wd? What I mean is can you put into 4wd to get out if you are slightly stuck, but put the hubs into lock to have solid 4wd that will not kick out and go into defensive mode if it notices to much slip?
When it is locked it is locked... They have manual hubs...
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