Winters here in Utah can get a ton of snow, the roads where I live can go days and sometimes weeks without getting plowed.
The roads and freeways have a lot of inclines and declines with side to side declines as well. When the roads become frozen, or snowy, the driving is very very bad. A lot of fish tailing cars, trucks, Spinning tires, etc.
I can not do a rear full locker or spool for obvious reasons.
Driving with an open diff is difficult enough.
My question is, Would a Detroit TrueTrac help with this at all?
I can not afford, nor do I need/want an ARB locker in the rear.
So please if you have a good knowledge of TrueTracs or comparable units please advise.
I know as far as off road goes they suck balls, but this question just pertains to on-road icy conditions.
just so you know BeerBro .. I have a LS (stock) in mine and I have to REALLY TRY to spin the ass around on the snow ... take my kid out to bust through snow piles and do donuts and shit and I have to work the peddle to spin the rear around :shrug .. the front end pushes before the rear breaks loose