Zooming with family in Toronto, up the mountain for some sledding, and a whole lot of unproductive Netflix, and time online.
The rear locking differential definitely made a difference in the snow. I know the axle splines are worn out on the front and are next to sort out so considering replacing the differential while I am at it. Basically the same as was done with the rear a few months ago. In this way both front and rear differentials will automatically lock when needed and I can manually lock the center. This will reduce the times when I need to put the chains on. The truck will do amazing when the 4 off-road tire chains are applied. I would pretty much have to max out the suspension at that point (high centered and such).