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Yukon Grizzly Locker Reviews
« on: Mar 12, 2020, 07:34:20 PM »
I just put 37's on my '84 Pickup so it is Time to re-gear to 5.29's.  The rear is welded and is going to stay that way for the time being.  The front will be getting a HP diff of some sort and I am trying to decide what locker to run.  Originally I was planning on going with an ARB or a Zip locker, but I would consider an automatic locker.  My experience with Detroits is that they don't like to unlock and tend to plow in corners.  From what they advertise the Grizzly is supposed to engage / disengage easier and lighter.  Does anyone that runs one of these have any thoughts on how they like it?  I like the thought of being able to point and go, but if it is at the expense of control when rocks get slippery I will probably go selectable.  Thanks in advance for any thoughts.
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Re: Yukon Grizzly Locker Reviews
« Reply #1 on: Mar 13, 2020, 07:24:43 PM »
I used to run Grizzly locker on the front and rear. Great locker, but I would mainly recommend for the rear, because a selectable for the front is always highly preferred. 
Will it make the steering stiff in the front? Yes, it 100% will.
Would I buy it for the front if I was on a budget? Yes.
Would I rather save up a few more $100 for a selectable in the front? Hell yes.
1988 Blue Std Cab: SAS, Longs, HP/ARB/5.29 Front, ARB/5.29 Rear, Marlin Dual Ultimate w/ 23 Spline MC07XD-R10, Marlin 30 Spline Front & Rear Output Shafts, Dave's Triple shifter, FROR crossmember, Bilstein 12" f+r, RUF w/ 63s, 7in bob, 40x13.5x17 MTR's on Racelines Monster Beadlocks 17x9.5

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