Reviewed By Sani H (Staten Island, NY) Reviewed for a 2006 Jeep Wrangler —3/30/2014 4:57 AM
Professional install suggested. It works as it should.
Reviewed By Toby H (Great Bend, KS) Reviewed for a 1986 Jeep CJ —11/20/2013 8:21 PM
If you can't afford or don't want a selectable locker then this is the one you want. If you are rock crawling or doing some serious 4 wheeling then you have want this locker. Built like a brick house, the Grizzly is more advanced then the Detroit locker and the price is comparable. I chose the Grizzly over the Aussie locker for the rear diff since this one is used all the time and wanted something heavy and reliable. Lastly, call these guys for a better deal then they have posted. Great company.
Reviewed By Bruce F (TRENTON, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Nissan Murano —11/17/2013 5:03 AM
Yes Yukon finally made a positraction for us Titan owners and not cost over a $1000. Bucks And this works great for us that have 2 wheel drive before 09 and have no locker system build in our truck from factory. I have haul 4 hay rolls on my trailer each 800 to 1000 lbs with no spinning just both wheels digging in the dirt roads. When taking the corners I don't hear any clicking sounds like some of the other lockers This is by far the best unit for the money AutoAnything BrucesTitan08
A weekend of off-roading can be great fun. But, without the proper protection for your drivetrain and differentials, it can also be very risky. Check out this article to find out just what you need to ensure your truck has the best protection possible.
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