I've used mine in wet grass, slick boat ramps, and coming up my steep snow-covered driveway. It definitely is better than my 2001's limited slip rear end. I've had it not disengage once and in a turn, the inside wheel started hopping. Best way I've found to make sure it unlocks is to stop, turn it off, shift to neutral and let the truck roll back a bit, then shift back into drive. Use this only where both wheels can spin freely if needed.
FOKISD Charter Member from Hillsboro, OHIO
2015 F-250 XLT, SC, LWB, 6.2L V8, 6R140, 3.73 E-Locker, Bronze Fire, Roof Lights, Upfitter Switches, Wheelwell Liners. ORDERED 6/10/14, delivered 8/26/14............let the mods begin!
I STILL miss my V-10 !
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for modifications: Weathertech all weather floormats, Weathertech dark wind deflectors, Groboski Highland Mudflaps, ARE DCU Cap, Truck-lite ID bar, Blazer Aux back-up lights, Wolf Automotive van console, Berkeley Fishing Rod Holders, Bilstein 4600's.
2001 F-350, XL, SC, LWB, 6.8L V10, 4R100, 3.73 LS. RETIRED at 214,500 August 2014.
1986 F-150, XL, SC, LWB, 351 4bbl, C-6. RETIRED at 165,000 May 2001.
1981 F-100, XL, Regular Cab, 8' bed, 255 V-8, 4 speed manual. RETIRED - June 1986.
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