Last post on Apr 05, 1999 at 9:53 PM
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#33 of 36 tnt2
Mar 13, 1999 (11:56 pm)
jburgos ... A locking diff would give additional traction, but it also makes the truck "push" in turns. This goes more for "air lockers"(that are engaged) than "auto" lockers, unles you punch the gas in a turn. With auto lockers you will also hear a ticking noise coming from the diff, there are levers that click on teeth as you drive and engage when put under hard pressure, thus locking your diff and providing full power to both wheels.
Mar 15, 1999 (2:28 pm)
Your Landcruiser is broken. Get the transfer case and/or locking hubs looked at.
#35 of 36 markbuck
Mar 17, 1999 (6:24 pm)
Thanks. Guess I was afraid there might be something wrong. I'm still curious as to how the autotrack system works relative to a locking center differential.
Apr 05, 1999 (9:53 pm)
I plan to get a Ram v-10 with a 3.55 axle ratio. I have heard that there are some problems with the limited slip differential in Rams with this ratio. Any input on this would be appreciated.