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Would it be possible to put the TruTrac in both the front and the rear? True four wheel drive when going off road would be amazing.
 

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No, unfortunately, the front is entirely different than anything else that is out there and nothing is available.

Sucks, don't it?
 

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54warrior said:
No, unfortunately, the front is entirely different than anything else that is out there and nothing is available.

Sucks, don't it?
ah yeah that really sucks. Not like I have the money to get them both done anyway - but man that would be the sh*t!
 

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I had a Truetrac rear installed about a month ago. It has dramatically improved my rear traction, most noticeably offroad. I used to put my Titan in 4wd to get to the top of my steepest field, since I haven't had to use 4wd once. This rear combined w/ new 18" Revos has really given me confidence to go places most "4 wheel drive" trucks can't go. Self control kicks in when I think about the money I have invested in the truck. I'll wait until she's paid for before I go ape-schit off road. Having a truetrac in the front and rear would make these trucks go almost anywhere.
 

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matt33 said:
I had a Truetrac rear installed about a month ago. It has dramatically improved my rear traction, most noticeably offroad. I used to put my Titan in 4wd to get to the top of my steepest field, since I haven't had to use 4wd once. This rear combined w/ new 18" Revos has really given me confidence to go places most "4 wheel drive" trucks can't go. Self control kicks in when I think about the money I have invested in the truck. I'll wait until she's paid for before I go ape-schit off road. Having a truetrac in the front and rear would make these trucks go almost anywhere.
Have you been in the rain yet with that Trutrac? Let me tell ya its fun! lol Im gunna start my own titan drifting club ha. Especially in SoCal when it doesnt rain for like 8 years and first rain makes roads covers in an oil glaze. weeeeeeeeeee haha
 

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matt33 said:
I had a Truetrac rear installed about a month ago. It has dramatically improved my rear traction, most noticeably offroad. I used to put my Titan in 4wd to get to the top of my steepest field, since I haven't had to use 4wd once. This rear combined w/ new 18" Revos has really given me confidence to go places most "4 wheel drive" trucks can't go. Self control kicks in when I think about the money I have invested in the truck. I'll wait until she's paid for before I go ape-schit off road. Having a truetrac in the front and rear would make these trucks go almost anywhere.
after all was done, what was the total investment to get that installed? I'd love to buy one for the $500-600 price range but fear what a shop would charge to install it. And there's no way I'd be doing it myself.
 

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54warrior said:
No, unfortunately, the front is entirely different than anything else that is out there and nothing is available.

Sucks, don't it?
thanks for letting us know...i too had this in my plans (truetrac front and rear). Is there anything that could be modified to fit, or would it be too much customization to be worth the expense?
 

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after all was done, what was the total investment to get that installed? I'd love to buy one for the $500-600 price range but fear what a shop would charge to install it. And there's no way I'd be doing it myself.
My total price installed was in the $880 range (I don't remember specifically). I had Performance Driveline in Danielsville, PA do the install. The shop has done multiple TT Titan installs and his TT part price ($575) was as low as I saw anywhere online.

Several people have commented about the need for caution post-Truetrac when it rains. I haven't noticed anything negative, to me traction seems better in all regards, even in the rain. Just my $.02
 

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matt33 said:
My total price installed was in the $880 range (I don't remember specifically). I had Performance Driveline in Danielsville, PA do the install. The shop has done multiple TT Titan installs and his TT part price ($575) was as low as I saw anywhere online.

Several people have commented about the need for caution post-Truetrac when it rains. I haven't noticed anything negative, to me traction seems better in all regards, even in the rain. Just my $.02
Maby its just the compination of oil on the roads (not as bad after 1st rain), and uprev and all the crap i put on my truck lol. 1/4 throttle from a stoplight and im sidwayz. i wouldnt give it up for a minute though! lol
 

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matt33 said:
My total price installed was in the $880 range (I don't remember specifically). I had Performance Driveline in Danielsville, PA do the install. The shop has done multiple TT Titan installs and his TT part price ($575) was as low as I saw anywhere online.

Several people have commented about the need for caution post-Truetrac when it rains. I haven't noticed anything negative, to me traction seems better in all regards, even in the rain. Just my $.02
thats them silly fuggas that never driven a real truck.

then again I can't talk I have spun my 76 GMC :teeth:
 

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Maby its just the compination of oil on the roads (not as bad after 1st rain), and uprev and all the crap i put on my truck lol. 1/4 throttle from a stoplight and im sidwayz. i wouldnt give it up for a minute though! lol
In this same situation with the same throttle applied, but no LSD in the rear, you would likely be spinning one wheel intermittently (though not going sideways, granted), right? With the truetrac, both your tires are fighting for traction, which should mean you have more overall grip than without, but if you give more throttle than than there is available traction then you will go sideways. Am I mistaken?
 

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Seranin said:
In this same situation with the same throttle applied, but no LSD in the rear, you would likely be spinning one wheel intermittently (though not going sideways, granted), right? With the truetrac, both your tires are fighting for traction, which should mean you have more overall grip than without, but if you give more throttle than than there is available traction then you will go sideways. Am I mistaken?
That's been my experience- it also makes sense. My Truetrac equipped Titan will go sideways now, but only if I do so on purpose (applying way too much throttle).
 

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well this is my opinion on the trutrax, I dont want it, Being i have uprev now my backtire spins pretty much stupidly and i always have to take off slow. I NEED the detroit trutrax
 

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well this is my opinion on the trutrax, I dont want it, Being i have uprev now my backtire spins pretty much stupidly and i always have to take off slow. I NEED the detroit trutrax
I'm confused. You say "I dont want it" and then say "I NEED the detroit truetrax." So do you want it or not?

I'm guessing you do not have ABLS or VDC, since you only have one tire spinning.
 

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Anyone know what type of grill Leadsled124 has on his truck?
 
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