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FRONT/REAR LOCKERS???

have an 02' f250. apparently i have open diff's. i would like to know what is my best option for a locker or limited slip without spending a fortune, but want something reliable. we have mud in the summer, and snow/ice in the winter with a bad driveway. my last 02' had the factory limi. slip and it seemed to do fine. do i need to find one in a junk yard out of a wreck or by new???

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looking for something like a powertrax locker.

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A lock rite is the best bang for the buck IMO.

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thanks, thats what i was looking for but cant seem to find my application for the lock rite. it stops at 00' i assume i have a ford 10.5?

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I think its a 10.25 but I dunno I seen em on ebay a little while ago. Maybe you can find them there. But there are nice. I miss my old truck because of the locker I had. It would tear through anything.

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thanks for the help. i will try and determine rear axle. looks like 4wheelparts show them

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our axles are 10.5...10.25 are F150's, look on the rear axle tag it will show what it is..

are you sure there open diffs? 10000% ?

05+ coils, 10 Rear diff, box, tailgate, lights, bumper, Full 07 front harley swap...the list is endless.

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i would do a detroit tru trac in the rear and if you had to do the fronts i would a arb locker or a selectable locker....
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i would do a detroit tru trac in the rear and if you had to do the fronts i would a arb locker or a selectable locker....
i like the detroit, but the powertrax is cheaper and a locker. let me know if u have a sale on the detroit.

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our axles are 10.5...10.25 are F150's, look on the rear axle tag it will show what it is..

are you sure there open diffs? 10000% ?
10000% sure. i tried it out last week and nothing. i had ford run the vin # just to make sure. he stated it does not have a limited slip in the rear.

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i like the detroit, but the powertrax is cheaper and a locker. let me know if u have a sale on the detroit.


10000% sure. i tried it out last week and nothing. i had ford run the vin # just to make sure. he stated it does not have a limited slip in the rear.
thats gay..man why would someone want a diesel with an open rear end..

if you wanna bee supppper sure..pop your diff cover off and look for clutch packs on either side of the spider gears..

05+ coils, 10 Rear diff, box, tailgate, lights, bumper, Full 07 front harley swap...the list is endless.

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