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I think OP is referring to a Lincoln Locker, which around here means an axle that has been welded solid with a Lincoln welder....
In any case, I had a lock rite in mine, and ripped it out STAT, as I found it made for pretty lousy pavement driving. Having to be so careful on turns not to have the locker engage was frustrating and I think a bit dangerous in an urban environment. It can certainly be done, as others have described, but not touching the gas cornering, but that doesn't really mesh well with my driving.
i've been driving a lunchbox locker for more than 10 years once you get used to it .it is no biggie .
lock rites front and rear . set them up correctly .run equal tire pressure and all is good.
you'll get used to it . i love mine.
I ask because GM posi type reaerends benefit a bunch from the right additive...