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Old 02-23-2012, 08:26 PM   #1
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I have a dilemma ,my yj needs a new axle because of a bad bearing.figure since I'm in it I should put a locker in .I don't do much 4 wheeling at all but would like to be capable of it .do I put a lunchbox locker in it and what brand .or do I spend extra cash in get a detroit locker .please let me know what you guys think .I'm thinking just the rear .

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Rear axle... If you're going to keep the D35, forget it. Put a lunchbox in the front, which is where the majority of the weight is on your Jeep- you'll get the most traction from a locker up there.
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If you don't do much offroad you should still be able to thrill the crap out of yourself without a locker.
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Thanks for all the input .
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