Rusty, to your point that there are a few surfaces where ABS can be outstopped specifically in a straight line by a tiny margin that's true. But it only applies on a surface that you can bog down in a bit like deep snow or gravel. But on an actual road that's rare, and you still lose steering...
This is complete and utter nonsense.
You may 'think' you're a better driver and capable of outstopping ABS, but it's delusional.
You -cannot- measure slip at an individual wheel and correct for it point by point. It's simply not possible. With wheel speed sensors and a controller to monitor...
Buy a used axle and swap in a full carrier unit while you're there. You can buy a Torsen for a 31 spline 8.8 for $325. Not a full locker, but it should last just about forever and be very mild on the street.
The solution is not to register the truck somewhere else, or to use a totally different engine to get through inspection (nothing against GM engines).
Brantley - do you still have questions? If so, make them as specific as possible and we can get you sorted out.
It's been repeatedly stated in this thread that electric vehicles aren't for everyone today, and in certain use cases won't be for a very long time if ever. Nobody is telling you to adapt your requirements to use a vehicle you didn't choose.
Again - not a single article from anything resembling a real source.
It's not about fitting -my- agenda. It's about finding information from a place that doesn't -have- an agenda.
You might as well post something from the National Enquirer.