Yup I am, childish yes but what else do you do with a big block and a stick LOL. I definetly plan on going to the strip with it and see what it'll do, maybe high 9s.
Originally Posted by Hillbilly Heaven
Better plan on Detroit's at both ends at least. Better hope that front Detroit doesn't lock or you will not be able to steer. Or just stay in 2wd if that what you want to do. With a trutrac in the front using it like you are wishing to will end up with you chasing it back and forth across the track. End up slapping both walls.
Only truly safe way to do what you want is with an open diff in the front.
Sorry for the old bump but this is a subject I'm researching and I need more info.
I'm planning for a '96 build.
It'll be 80% street.
15% off road.
And 5% street/strip fun, scaring Mustangs.
The TrueLoc looks like the way for me to go, for the stock rear.
But the front is where I'm having trouble, since I'm new to 4x4.
Are you suggesting that a TrueLoc in the front could potentially cause me issues if I'm on the street, pedal to the metal, and maybe even getting into the twisty roads a little bit?
Why would it cause any issues if I don't have 4WD high or low engaged?
I'm honestly a clueless newbie on this subject, so please don't flame me.
Talk to me like a child. That will work better.