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· Left Shark
Challenger SRT Hellcat
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My 2006 SRT8 does this same thing on one certain driveway. You would think that if one wheel is freewheeling, the limited slip would kick in and apply a little torque to the wheel that's not spinning. Detroit true-trac....is what I'd like to see...
 

· Left Shark
Challenger SRT Hellcat
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With limited slip power will be delivered to both wheels and when one slips a little or loses a little traction like on snow then both tires will spin. However, if one tire is off the ground or almost off the ground with very little traction and the other side has all the weight on it then the free wheel will spin and not enough power will go to the other side to turn it. So nothing at all wrong, the diffs are working exactly the way they are supposed to. This is the reason why a locking diff is prefered for legit off roading.

My wife got her Toyota FJ stuck in this way with both front and rear tire spinning. She was very pissed off and had to walk a mile home on dirt with no shoes. Then I showed up and pressed the elocker button and walked it out of the hole almost at idle.
Buy that woman some shoes!
 
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