I kind of take issue with this. If traction is high enough that locking the diff makes steering problematic, you don't need to lock the diff.
Correctly used lockers would not cause steering problems.
Regarding the OPs subject, here's a breakdown of what each drive system turns into on 2nd gen tacomas if one tire loses traction:
2wd = 0wd.
2wd w/ mechanical limited slip = 1wd if/when LSD engages.
2wd with electronic limited slip = 1wd with limited applied torque on slipping axle.
2wd w/ locker = 1wd with full applied torque on slipping axle.
4wd = 2wd.
4wd w/ mechanical limited slip = 3wd if/when LSD engages.
4wd w/ electronic limited slip = 3wd with limited applied torque on slipping axle.
4wd w/ lockers = 3wd with full torque applied on slipping axle.
Probably just a simple mistake but it could cause some confusion or maybe I'm the confused one
Lol, that's pretty good. But I have yet to find one nor have I yet to get on a soap box and yell that my stock tacoma was a crawler and that it is unstopable.
You know I'm just screwing with you but I am trying to lighten the mood. It doesn't get very far to argue with each other or at least if history has anything to prove you won't gain anything.