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Anyone using a Lock-rite or No-slip? I'm curious as to your experiences with either. Installation ease/problems, trail use, durability, etc. I'm trying to decide which to get. I've used a Detroit Locker in the past on a jeep, so I'm familiar with lockers, and love that extra traction.

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My brother (in Washington; I'm in Utah) installed a No-Slip in his '90 Bronco today. Other than trying to remove a tough bolt in the differential, the installation went fine. He says it's silent on the street and is barely noticeable. And it works great off-road.

I'm getting one installed in my '02 regular-cab on Wednesday. I can hardly wait.
 

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Greycat4x4 said:
Anyone using a Lock-rite or No-slip? I'm curious as to your experiences with either. Installation ease/problems, trail use, durability, etc. I'm trying to decide which to get. I've used a Detroit Locker in the past on a jeep, so I'm familiar with lockers, and love that extra traction.

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Steve
I have No Slip in the rear. It has been good for over 75,000 miles. Every thing has to line up perfect, do not force the cross pin in or you will break the Sync rings (Learned this first hand) . It is mostly quiet, it makes a noise every once in a while. I have a lock rite in the front, have not had it in long enough to have an opinion on it. :D
 

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JBL13 said:
My brother (in Washington; I'm in Utah) installed a No-Slip in his '90 Bronco today. Other than trying to remove a tough bolt in the differential, the installation went fine. He says it's silent on the street and is barely noticeable. And it works great off-road.

I'm getting one installed in my '02 regular-cab on Wednesday. I can hardly wait.

Are you doing the install yourself? We have lots of guys that can put in for you. Let me know if you need help I put mine in over 2 years ago with no problems since.
 

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I have been wondering this too. Has anybody used a lockrite in the rear. The no slip sounds like a dream, but is more $$. Does the no slip operate like a true locker? If one tire is off the ground is it truly locked? I have read different stories on how well it works. Maybe the no slip is worth the extra money. :confused:
 

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Shawn, I'm going to have Six States do it, but I appreciate the offer.

I need to get out on some club runs...
 
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