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10-24-2012 02:16 PM
BigHazard
Locker adjusts every 1/2 mile

So I have superior axles and a locker (don't know the brand) in ,y dana 35 in the rear of my 99 TJ. My pinion bearings went out and I replaced them and put it all back together. I start driving it and on pavement my locker pops a lot adjusting. Like one wheel is turning faster than the other. Anyone have any ideas what’s in there? can you take one apart and fix it? I assume that it looks like a motorcycle clutch and pressure plate set up but I am not sure. I am guessing its trashed but its worth checking out my options. I need to get the cover back off and see what brand it is.

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