Detroit Truetrac for AAM 10.5″ GM 14-Bolt Axles

 

10.5 Corporate 14-Bolt Detroit Truetrac Differential

Eaton Performance Products has announced the new Detroit Truetrac for AAM 10.5″ (GM 14-Bolt) Differentials!

This differential is commonly found in 3/4 and 1-Ton GM Trucks and commercial vans.The proven helical gear design of the Detroit Truetrac eliminates the need for wearable parts, resulting in maintenance free traction recognized not only for its toughness, but its smooth and quiet operation as well. Proven design, low cost and effective performance all make the Detroit Truetrac limited slip differential the ideal choice for a wide variety of vehicle applications. No maintenance – Just Traction!

  • Smooth operation
  • Performs as an open differential until traction is needed
  • Fully automatic traction differential

 
Contact our Sales Department for more information.

 

2010+ V8 Camaro Differential

 

2010+-Camaro-Differential Parts

Late Model Camaro Differentials –

The 2010+ V8 Camaro uses a 10-Bolt GM 8.6″, & 218mm axle. West Coast Differentials offers an variety of Chevrolet Camaro differential and axle parts for 2010 and newer V8 Models.

Available parts include the AAM TracRite PC Limited-Slip Differential, Eaton’s Detroit TrueTrac, Ring & Pinion Gear Sets, Bearings, Install Kits & Seals.

The AAM TracRite PC (Plate Clutch) Traction Enhancing Differential is configured to bias torque to the high-traction wheel, based on torque input.

Another available option is Eaton’s Detroit TrueTrac, a maintenance-free helical gear type limited-slip differential.

Available ring & pinion gear ratios include 3.08, 3.23, 3.27, 3.45, 3.73 and 3.91. 

For more information call our Sales Department at (800)510-0950 or check out the Application Guide for Camaro

 

 

Detroit Truetrac Limited Slip Differentials

 Detroit Truetrac TrueTrack Trutrac TruTrack or True Track

Eaton’s Detroit Truetrac was the first helical gear differential ever introduced into the automotive aftermarket.

The Detroit Truetrac remains the leading gear-type limited slip differential in the industry.

Detroit Truetrac’s proven design eliminates the need for wearable parts, resulting in maintenance free traction. Recognized not only for its durability but also it’s smooth and quiet operation. Engineered to work efficiently in front and rear axles, semi-floating (C-clip axles) and transfer cases. Power transfer is so smooth, it literally goes unnoticed by the driver – even in front wheel drive axles.

Proven design and effective performance, all make the Detroit Truetrac limited slip differential the ideal choice for a wide variety of vehicle applications.

No maintenance – Just Traction!

Call the Detroit Truetrac experts at West Coast Differentials today for pricing, application information and expert technical advice at:

(800)375-6849

Go to the Eaton Performance Application Guide

Check out the Eaton Detroit Truetrac FAQ’s page

Not sure which Locking Differential or Posi is the right one for you? No problem! Our Differential Professionals are here to help Monday thru Friday, 8am to 5pm Pacific Standard Time.

 

Detroit Locker

Detroit Locker Automatic Locking Differentials

The Detroit Locker is a 100% Automatic, Wheel Speed Sensitive locking differential that provides Legendary Traction and Unmatched Durability!

The professionals at West Coast Differentials are the Detroit Locker experts! We will make sure you get the ideal locking differential or positraction for your vehicle. We also match any legitimate competitor’s advertised in-stock price, and make sure you get the locker that fits your vehicle and your performance needs.

  • Most applications are IN STOCK and READY TO SHIP same day!

  • We also stock Eaton Posi Limited Slip and E-Locker Service Kits.

Check out the DETROIT LOCKER FAQ’s page

Call the Detroit Locker experts at West Coast Differentials today for pricing, application information and expert technical advice at: (800)375-6849

Not sure which Locking Differential or Posi is the right one for you? No problem! Our Differential Professionals are here to help Monday thru Friday, 8am to 5pm Pacific Standard Time.

 DETROIT LOCKER APPLICATION GUIDE:

 
 

 

Detroit Locker FAQ’S

What kind of oil should I use? Can I use synthetic? Do I need friction additive/modifier? A quality petroleum/mineral based oil works best in the Detroit Locker units. We do not recommend synthetic oil. Friction additive/modifier is not required.

Can I use the stock bearings? In most cases the Detroit Lockers work with the factory (stock) bearings. The exceptions are: 10 bolt 8.5\8.6 GM axles, the “Performance” Dana 35 & 44 and GM12 bolt with 35 spline axles. No other “special” setup is required. What kind of break-in is required? The Detroit Lockers do not require any break in.
When does a Detroit Locker lock? The Detroit Locker is locked up 100% in a straight line or if you are spinning. The unit unlocks in a turn for the wheel that is turning the fastest.
When I step on and off the gas pedal, I hear the unit make a “clunking” noise. Why? Because Detroit Lockers have “backlash” or “slack” between the drive and driven teeth and you will hear this in everyday use going through corners and when going from drive mode to coast mode. Also with the vehicle on the ground and the transmission in neutral you will have 1\4 to 1\3rd of a turn of lash in the driveshaft, this is completely normal.
Can I run a Detroit Locker on the street? Many people do use the Detroit Locker during everyday street use. The Detroit Locker is a very aggressive differential, so you will hear it and feel it everyday on the street. Eaton makes many applications for trucks that spend most of their lives on the road. (In the late 60’s, some Ford cars had the Detroit Locker as a factory option.) How much horsepower and torque will the Detroit Locker take? There are many factors to consider when determining if a specific differential will last in your vehicle. Horsepower and torque are important factors. However, the weight of the car, tire height/width, the terrain and suspension are all important things to take into consideration. For example, a setup that uses street tires will live longer because both tires will break loose and spin before any real strain is put on the unit. But as the tire gets wider, the stress on the unit increases because the traction is greater. When in doubt, the best bet is to call us with your specific application and driving conditions. But also keep in mind that the Detroit Locker is the strongest unit sold today and has been for many years.
Can the Detroit Locker be used in the front axles? Yes they can, but you must have lock out hubs and they MUST be unlocked for on- road driving because of steering issues.
Can the Detroit Locker be repaired? Yes they can. Should you need to repair a Detroit Locker parts can be purchased from any of our dealers. Call Eaton Customer Service so we can provide a blow up of the unit that shows all the part numbers and help you find out exactly what part numbers you need to purchase. At that time we can even recommend a company to buy the parts from.
What is the warranty? The Detroit Locker unit is covered for one year from date of purchase against defects in materials and workmanship. The unit is not covered if the failure of another part (axle shaft or ring & pinion) damages the unit.