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02-07-2010 08:12 PM
jk'n Didn't know you could change the locking differentials via a computer setting. I have seen a mod that requires a re-wiring. The thread was in this forum some time ago.
02-07-2010 04:58 PM
Manalive67
Locking differentials in 4hi and steering wheel centering?

I have a friend with a 2010 Rubicon and hes getting ready to put the Nth degree 3.5 lift kit. He said it was gonna come with I believe the procal computer programmer but it doesnt give the ability to lock the differentials in 4hi. The Superchips does allow that but doesnt center the steering. So is there a way you can do both of these we just dont think the two would work together. Any help is appreciated.

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