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Old 10-25-2013, 09:17 AM   #1
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Lock-Right locking differential

Anybody run lock rights under there jeep? I've been looking at them and really considering, I read some pretty good reviews but the price makes me nervous, should I run those or get a high dollar locker, please help guys!

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Old 10-25-2013, 09:36 AM   #2
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I ran one in my yj for years and then a K5 blazer for years. They do the job, they rely on the strength of the factory carrier. And the driving characteristics get old. But they work. If your running it in a dana 35 keep it under 33's. People will probably tell you to just not put one in a dana 35. ha

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I ran one in my yj for years and then a K5 blazer for years. They do the job, they rely on the strength of the factory carrier. And the driving characteristics get old. But they work. If your running it in a dana 35 keep it under 33's. People will probably tell you to just not put one in a dana 35. ha
What's wrong with puting it in the front and rear? I have Dana 30 in front and Dana 35 in rear
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Well, its your Jeep. I said they work. They can cause engagement issues with the vacuum disconnect dana 30, but they still work. Putting a locker in a dana 35 is sort a "at your own risk" situation. It has been done, I did it with a dana 35 with 33's and never broke mine. I still swapped in a currie 9" later and deleted the vacuum front end with a one piece shaft and hubs when i had a YJ.
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