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I would put an ARB Air locker in the front. That way you could set up a small tank and have on board air for filling tires, ect... A true trac would be a good choice for the rear. And if you wanted a little cheaper route, True tracs front and rear. If you are driving in the snow, I would go with the ARB in the front hands down. Lockers/ limited slip in the front make driving in the snow a little interesting. And just so you know. A true track is not a locker, It is a very good clutch less limited slip. An ARB is a full locker.
2008 F-250 6.4 Auto, CC,SB,FX4, 2" lift, 285/65/20, Spartan tuning, Elite studs, Elite egr delete/wastegate, Elite push rods, Spearco Intercooler, cold side pipe,CFM, 4"down pipe,Custom 5" DP back exhuast 543HP/1231 ft-lbs
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