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does anyone make a selectable locker for the 9 inch rear, dont have the budget for ARB
other options are Detroit or Powertrax locker...deff not spool

truck isnt a daily driver but'll see 100 miles a week or more... i want to be daily drivable for when my stang is being worked on.

i running either 4.11 or 4.56's in the rear, havent found out which yet.
 

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I have a NASCAR version of the Detroit in mine and other than being loud it is really great. I can drive it on the road all I want. The only real difference between what I have and the Detroit most people get is the bushings in mine are metal where they are nylon in most, thus the louder locker that many think is a u joint that is bad on my truck.

I have a 9" rear axle because buying it geared properly and already locked was cheaper than a Detroit for the 8.8 that was originally there.

I suspect that any kind of selectable locker will be about as much as any other. I'll know for sure this winter when I get one for my front axle.
 

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9" selectable?

does anyone make a selectable locker for the 9 inch rear, dont have the budget for ARB
other options are Detroit or Powertrax locker...deff not spool

truck isnt a daily driver but'll see 100 miles a week or more... i want to be daily drivable for when my stang is being worked on.

i running either 4.11 or 4.56's in the rear, havent found out which yet.
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Give up looking the only selectable is the ARB and it is avail for 35 spline and less. The only opeions are a limited slip or the ARB. Detroit might meet your needs. If you have less of a demand for traction get a trutrac.
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does anyone make a selectable locker for the 9 inch rear, dont have the budget for ARB
other options are Detroit or Powertrax locker...deff not spool

truck isnt a daily driver but'll see 100 miles a week or more... i want to be daily drivable for when my stang is being worked on.

i running either 4.11 or 4.56's in the rear, havent found out which yet.
Eaton makes electric lockers for the 9" I believe.
I have a lock right in my '95 and it's pretty streetable. If you're going to use it off-road avoid the trutrac like the plague, it's not much better than a factory TracLoc. If you're going to get a full diff, get a Detroit

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I ran one of those nascar detroits in my bronco when I had the nine. broke 3 thirds, but the locker kept on running without issues.
 
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