Does anyone have any experience with one of these?
I've read it can minimize drivetrain slop and can help on low friction surfaces...but I don't have open diff front and rear, I have a Detroit locker in the back and a truetrac LSD in the front and I can't seem to find much about that combination of front/center/rear.
My worry is that the Detroit in the rear may cause a little too much drivetrain windup for some reason...but part of me thinks this wouldn't be a factor because the front wheels travel farther than the rear
I understand how a limited slip diff works between two axles but my brain starts to hurt with four axles, two driveshafts, another LSD, and a mechanical locker. Anyone who can shed light on the idea would be appreciated.
It's for a '94 D90 and I'm looking to reduce drivetrain slop and reduce wheel spin with an unlocked center diff on sand.