Well, personally I love the Truetrac for street use. It's hooked up all the time.
If you are going to offroad a lot the TT isn't for you, one wheel in the air it becomes an open diff.
But on the street the performance is unmatched. It's very predictable and even if you do make the truck 'step out' it's controllable and predictable.
I've been running a TT for nearly 20 years now and the street performance is excellent in all conditions wet/dry/ice.
The only Achilles heel the TT has is it's wheel-in-the-air problem where it becomes an open diff.
IMHO the 'ultimate' diff would be one that is a TT with a eLocker. Run TT mode 99% of the time and lock it when crossed up. Sadly no such thing exists.
Sidebar: Jeep is making a LS diff w/ an eLocker. Cool!
Torsen (the original designer of the TT) has a new -R Torsen diff which supposedly solves the wheel in the air issue. Sadly, it's not avail for our trucks. Biggest thing it's avail for is a 9 inch.
I did not like the Ford eLocker. Not because of anything bad about it, but the nature of an open diff does not agree with me after 20 years of having the traction of a TT. With the TT in there now it's a whole different truck. Very planted and hooked up.
2012 F350, 6.7L Diesel, 4x4, SRW, Crew Cab, Short Box, Loaded, Ingot Silver
Detroit Truetrac, Icon leveling springs, steering damper mounts, King reservoir shocks and steering damper, Ultra Predator 22x10 and Nitto Terra 325/50R22 (35"s), H&S Minimaxx & Gearhead, aFe 5" SS w/ muffler, Leer XL, LineX, Titan 50gal, Airlift bags and wireless.
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