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Toyota 7.5in. Front TrueTrac

By Detroit Locker

Part Number: EAT911A445

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Overview

The Detroit TrueTrac Limited Slip is an all gear driven clutchless differential. The TrueTrac will automatically provide smooth transfer of power from the slipping wheel to the non slipping wheel to help you out of a jam. With no clutches to wear out, you will have a dependable long lasting Limited Slip differential.

Technical Details

  • For Use With 27 Spline Axles
  • For Use With All Gears
  • For Use With 50mm. Hub
  • For Use In Front Axle Only
  • Automatic Torque Biasing
  • Smooth Actuating
  • Clutchless Operation

Product Specs

Popular Axle ManufactureDifferential TypeAxle Spline
ToyotaLimited Slip Assembly27

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    I have a 1998 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 and my gears inside the ring gear are bad. So I was wondering if it will replace the gears inside the factory the ring an pinion where the axles connect inside the front differential.
    Asked on 3/16/2014 by roy

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      A:

      Hi Roy
      I do not carry replacement Spider gear for the Tacoma third member. they will be a dealer item only.What i do have are traction devices like the Powertrax Lock Rite that will replace the spider gears and lock up the rear axle for enhanced traction yet still disengage when going around a corner 8.4 Rear PTX1615-L R http://jo.my/75eskc 7.5 Front PTX161-LR http://jo.my/ets5l1 If these are too aggressive for you i would go with the TreuTrac they have great street manners and improve traction. EAT911A445 http://jo.my/t9wx5g 7.5" Front and the EAT 913A541 http://jo.my/ae1lmz 8.4" Rear Thank You (yes the description is wrong it is for the 8.4")

      Answered on 3/17/2014 by Stevie from Compton Ca. U.S.A.
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