i never said the lock-right wasn't a true locker, the true-trac however is only a limited slip. The differences with the no-slip is that it is quieter and more confortable on the street. I have the lock-right in my truck and the no-slip in my GFs truck and if they made a no-slip for the 7.5 I would swap it out in a heartbeat, but I guess I just need to wait till i have my 8.8 to have a no-slip. Tire wear isn't an issue so thats not even something to worry about, the only thing you need to remember is to keep the tires at the same pressure on each side and make sure they are the same size, dont run a new tire with a worn down tire in the rear because they are different sizes and the locker doesn't like having different size tires on it.
'94 2.3L, M5OD, BW1354 manual, 4x4, 31x10.5 BFG A/Ts, 15x8 AR Chamber teflon rims, 7.5 4.10 lock-right w/disks, D44 SAS 4.10 aussie-locker, duff traction bars, electric fans, spintech muffler, duff poly body mount bushings, Lightforce RMDL140's, cobra 18wxst II, herculined floor, 375,XXX
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