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Old 07-08-2013, 09:55 AM   #1
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Old 07-08-2013, 10:04 AM   #2
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This was a very funny video TF. Saw this yesterday, enjoyed it much.

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Great vid!! Honestly, very well made and informative. You guys have a twisted sense of humor... or does that make me twisted since I liked it.... damnit.
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I know of some people that consider lockers to be cheaters. Generally its from guys that don't have lockers and need to be winched out.
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I know of some people that consider lockers to be cheaters. Generally its from guys that don't have lockers and need to be winched out.
It's called the "easy button" for a reason!!
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What's the range for cost to add ARB lockers to a JK Sport? Great video!
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What's the range for cost to add ARB lockers to a JK Sport? Great video!
Its a bigger job than you may think- chances are you have Dana 30 up front, so a new axle up front will be your first order of business. Then you'll need to install either e-lockers or air-lockers, which will require an onboard air source of some source.

All in, definitely will set you back a few grand.
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Its a bigger job than you may think- chances are you have Dana 30 up front, so a new axle up front will be your first order of business. Then you'll need to install either e-lockers or air-lockers, which will require an onboard air source of some source.

All in, definitely will set you back a few grand.

Thanks, Haven't purchased yet, this is just confirming that I should just find a 2013 Rubicon equipped the way i want or order a 2014 Rubicon.
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Thanks, Haven't purchased yet, this is just confirming that I should just find a 2013 Rubicon equipped the way i want or order a 2014 Rubicon.
You'll find a lot of different opinions on this one, and some will say that air lockers are superior to the E-lockers that come standard on a Rubicon. Someone correct me if Im wrong, but all JK rubicons come standard with the e-lockers and e-swaybar disco, so for you, its more a matter of picking what year you want.

That said, Im more of a weekend warrior and my rig is also my ride, and the e-lockers have served me VERY well off road and have gotten me up and over some obstacles that some other rigs couldnt make without lockers.

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Good one guys!

But really, you'd have to be 40 to get the pop culture references.

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Hal? (Will I dream?) - forgot that one

Ol' Doc must be in the Class of 1985 :P
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Good one guys!

But really, you'd have to be 40 to get the pop culture references.

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Hal? (Will I dream?) - forgot that one

Ol' Doc must be in the Class of 1985 :P
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That was an AWESOME vid!

Great job...

I didn't need a Rubicon or lockers because I've already perfected the hand brake technique.


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Hahaha! I like the director... Phil McCraken!
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It's called the "easy button" for a reason!!
All depends on what kind of trails you run I guess.


As allways I enjoyed the kind of humor that is in these videos.
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Cool video, but what happened to Jenny Naylor from the old Teraflex videos? She was awesome.

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