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When i was in the snow in 2 wheel drive only one tire would spin, but on pavment it seems like i can get both tires to spin. what can i do to get both tires to spin, because eventually when i drag race my truck im gonna want max traction, what would help???
__________________ 2007 5.9L laramie [/B] AFE intake, ATS manifold, Smarty REVO. guages, AirdogII. leveled/Bilstein 5100's.1992 1st gen P-pumped, Stage 3 Colt Cam, FASS ARP studs, Fluidambr, fire ringed, custom built P-pump, DDP injectors, soon to be twins, 47rh conversion.
you'll need a locker, posi-trac, limited slip...something along those lines...but I think I saw a thread on here that said that there arent any available for that rear axle...or at least that ARB was not making theirs for it, which would be the way to go for street driving. you dont want to have a full detroit thats engaged all the time for a truck thats driven every day on the street, puts a lot of stress on everything else. search "locker" and see what you come up with.
`06 Ram 2500 SLT QC Auto 4x4, True Flow Intake, silencer ring/baffles removed, muffler/cat removed, Fogzilla w/ Silverstars x 4, Amsoil 15W40, CFM+ w/ ports, Winspeed Heater Delete on the way
I can hardly ever get mine to spin both tires if I try. You might want to check your truck for an open diff. by running the VIN # or pull the diff cover. The only option as of now is the factory limited slip. From what I have seen as long as both tires are on the same style of surface they will both spin with the factory limited slip. I will be putting one in my truck within the next couple of months. I'm tired of waiting for an aftermarket solution. It's been over 4 years now that they keep saying it will happen this year, then it doesn't happen.
'06 Dodge Ram 2500 MC 4x4 auto, Trans by Timinva, Flex Plate, HTT 62/65/14, ARP's, O-Ringed, f1 springs and cam, Bladerunner, Fass 150, 5" to 6" stacks, SMARTY POD TNT/R, TST, 7 Optix gauges.1/4mile 12.8400 @ 103.74mph 9-19-08 OUT OF AIR!
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