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  1. Gate53
    09-17-2013 02:43 PM
    Gate53
    If this isn't too late (more than likely is sorry) The front locker is the cheapest way to extend the places you can go. For about $250 you can lock up the front and get to places you had no chance of before. With the LS in the back and not wanting to be a full blown nut with a trailer queen, you'd be all set. As for whoever is telling you to lock the rear, I just don't understand the logic. The LS is going to help you a ton and the front will change how you think about your Jeep. Be careful because it is a mod that gives you the ability to get yourself into a lot of trouble quick if your not thinking about what your doing. Each performance mod we make tends to make our Jeep just a little less forgiving of our mistakes. Sorry about taking so long about getting back to you but I've been off here for quite a while due to health. It seems that if I can't get in my Jeep I try to put everything to do with it out of my mind.
  2. tom h
    11-02-2012 07:30 PM
    tom h
    Gate, on the issue of lockers for stock vehicles, can you help me out? Saw your other posts and you look knowledgeable. My stock JK Wrangler 2007 has the LSD in the rear and nothing in front. A buddy out here in So Cal says the front doesn't need lockers, that you can live with rear only, that when you're climbing uphill on loose rock or dirt you need rear lockers only; front lockers wouldn't help at all in this case. Yet others say to keep the LSD on the back so street handling remains the same, and add Aussies or Powertrax to the front, and that handling will be improved hugely. Can you shed some light? thx --

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