What limited slip do you run in the rear? I wanna hear from guys who have to showel out their driveways 3 months out of the year. I don't want advise from guys like me who hit the snow a few times a year, 'cause I obviously have no idea what I'm doing! My problem - I go to the snow about 10 times a year. My pick up had a Detroit in the rear and a Power Lock in the front. I learned real fast this was not the best set up. So, I put a Detroit in the back of my Suburban and left the front open. I blew it again, it still fishtails too easily when cornering. I have since learned how the Detroit works and understand why it was a bad chioce for the snow. So, before I make another mistake, I wanna hear from guys who live in the white stuff and have made all the mistakes already and have come up with the best set up. I'm assuming I've got the front right - keep it open. The driving I do is snow covered roads, some dirt but most asphalt. Anywhere from 3" to 10" with the occasional icy spots. I've settled on tall, skinny radials (BFG Mud 33 x 10) on a heavy Suburban to cut through the snow and get to the solid road. The tires seem to work better than the wide ones I had before. The mud terrians seem to work well, but I've never tried an all season in the same dimensions. I'm running a 14 bolt FF and D60 w/ 4.10 gears. Let me know if you need more info. to help me out. Thanks, I appreciate the help. Eric M.