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Old 03-02-2014, 01:09 AM   #1
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Lunchbox Lockers and Ratios

Hey, newb question here.
I bought my YJ secondhand, and the previous owner changed the ratio to 4.10 gears in the diffs. If I want to add an Aussie/PowerTrax/Lock Right locker, what do I need to look for besides # of splines? Is there anything else that would have been altered with the ratio change?

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Gears, doesn't matter. It's the spline on your axle shaft.

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When you change to the lunch box, if you have 4.10 you WILL need to pull the D30 carrier to pull the ring gear off to get the cross pin out.
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