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1988chev4x4 02-29-2004 05:51 PM

True 4 wheeler!
Hi, I just became a memeber.
I would like to know if it is possible to make both front wheels on a 88 Chev 4x4 turn under power?
On more than one occasion especially in snow if I get stuck only one wheel at the front will spin while the other just sit's there and does nothing.
Can I make it so it's like the rear with posi-trac and still make it road friendly?

dhcomp 02-29-2004 07:32 PM

Re: True 4 wheeler!
Nope, there is no locker available for the IFS front end. There may be a new one out, but the front end really isnt' strong enough to take the abuse of a locker, so i wouldn't waste your time. Get a good locker in the rear.

4x4mike 03-01-2004 01:37 PM

Re: True 4 wheeler!
Welcome to the board. Now take the time to fill out your profile. This will let us know what you are driving. If you have a solid front axle you can lock it up. If you have IFS and something over a half ton it maybe possible.

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