Been looking for a decent manual 10th gen 4x4 reg cab F-150 for a while now..
Decent ones are rare and command a high price.
And to be honest, I don;t want a jacked up heavier truck.
A coworker has a 2wd TRD Taco (as I guess they all are unless they say 4x4 on the side) with the locking rear differential, and this last winter after he got new tires he said it was unstoppable.
That made me think.. can a 2wd truck with a locking differential or really tight LSD offer as much snow travel capability as a normal open differential 4x4?
It seems like it would be more likely to have one front tire and one rear tire spinning with no traction same time and than have both rear spinning with no traction.
Is a Detroit locker bad for snow use?