im looking to get a lock right for my rear, im tired of the one wheel peels and there a burn out comp in a couple weeks:evil. im just wondering what you guys think about them?
ya, but im pretty much looking for something to stop the one wheel peels and burning off just my right rear. as long as there is no wires or air lines i'll be fine with it.Tru-trac isn't a locker. A Lockright is - its also large and strong enough for the D60/10.25/etc that failure isn't a problem.
im not too sure, but im pretty sure that the old man has done them before and he might also have the tools tucked away somewhere. i'll have to ask himHonestly unless you have done a diff setup before and really know what you are doing I would save up the cash and have a shop do it and ask if you can watch so you can learn.
The manufacturer themselves do not recommend it for diesels or larger tires. We discussed this in an identically named thread about a month ago.Tru-trac isn't a locker. A Lockright is - its also large and strong enough for the D60/10.25/etc that failure isn't a problem.
Between a few friends and myself, we've had good experiences with them on diesels with larger tires and minor-to-moderate power mods. No failures yet. We're not rockcrawling... just backroading and camping while not getting stuck anymore.The manufacturer themselves do not recommend it for diesels or larger tires. We discussed this in an identically named thread about a month ago.
If the people who market it say not to use it in our application, then it would be a waste to get one, as you'll be setting yourself up for failure.
I wouldnt use it is what I ment to say.like dave said, if the manufacturer doesnt recommend them for diesel then I would use it, granted alot of people have used things on these trucks that werent recommended for diesels something that is in the rear axle and if it breaks then your screwed.