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Why not? Lots of welded diffs are run on the street.
Probably the same reason most people don't drive their trucks on pavement with the e-locker engaged. It's my understanding that you would get chirps around corners and cause excessive tire wear.
I've seen welded rears driven on the street but they were on hillbilly high school kid chevy's and fords. So it is "streetable" but it seems far from ideal.
Is anyone here actually running a welded rear diff on a DD?
Kyle I am now knocking on wood that I don't do the exact same thing to my SF rear this saturday when the rest of us head up there.