I expect to.I wonder what the differences are between their locker and an Eaton Detroit. My locker didn't or doesn't have any of those issues. I can imagine the frustration.
In any event, I just did a quick search for a comparison and found this article with this review.
One of the most significant performance modifications you can make to a 4x4 to increase off-road prowess is the addition of a traction-adding device. Or betterwww.fourwheeler.com
Yukon Gear & Axle Grizzly Locker
The Yukon Gear & Axle (yukongear.com) Grizzly Locker is an automatic locking differential. It functions very much like a Detroit Locker, which it is essentially a copy of. However, it is generally considered to be weaker than the Detroit. We have seen some abusive tall-tire applications spit Grizzly Locker teeth.
No frills, simple automatic locking differential
100 percent traction to both tires
Quirky handing on-road
Locker can chuck teeth in abusive tall-tire applications
I hope you don't have any more problems with it.
You know, one guy will read that review ( i.e quirky handling on road) and think f that, while the other guy ( me) will think “ meh, they’re talking about the noise, and the clunking when going around a corner..what a bunch of wussies, I’m buyin it”)
Now ive got something that the words “ quirky” doesn‘t quite fit.
Its more like GIANT PAIN IN THE ASS.
Ive already been looking online for the fix for that..it’ll take 562.00.
* edit When you read that review though, they claim that the truetrac doesn’t apply 100% traction to both wheels..
And as with all things that I change that has a future change looming,..I’m wondering if the torque arm being so far off center somehow contributed to the loading when making that turn...