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traction lock differentials

are traction lock differentials any good? are they as good as limited slip please give me more info on traction lock
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traction lock is ford speak for limited slip
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Traction-Lok uses clutches. Torsen or Eaton Detroit Truetrac are better.
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Traction-Lok uses clutches. Torsen or Eaton Detroit Truetrac are better.
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The trac-lok is a limited slip......an el cheapo one to boot. Not a bad unit but not real great either.
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