Not really. There isn't anything wrong or hard with driving a truck that has a locker on the road.As others have said, a locker. You'll want switchable, either air or electric so that you can turn it off when on road or other high traction surface.
Nope. I drove a ram charger with a locker in snow and ice and you just have to learn to drive with it. Like anything else.I have to disagree with the above statement (jmo). Full time lockers cause a vehicle to behave in unexpected ways on dry pavement and sometimes in bad ways on slippery surfaces. 99% of the time an open rear diff will be fine but for the 1% a selectable locker will make you very happy.