is your jeep a DD...?I run lock-rites in both my 44 and 30 and I am plenty happy with them. The ratcheting noise while turning doesn't bother me one bit and they perform great on the trail.
As others have said I do live in the desert so it doesn't affect me, but if I did live in a snowy place then I would have a different opinion. On snowy roads in 4wd lunch box lockers are not really the optimal solution. Scuba is in Florida so they don't really have to worry about that either.is your jeep a DD...?
is that setup ok in the winter when there is snow on the roads?
my parents told me to buy me some jeep parts (up to 500$) when iÂ´ve birthday in august and i think of buying two aussies.
but many people here in germany warned me and said that this setup wouldnÂ´t be good in winterin a DD.
Damn right 60 is cold. That's when I put my doors on.thats cold for us peps in AZ
My rear lock-rite has been wheeled regularly in my rig for 3 years and I bought it used at that time. It's never slipped on me once (knock on wood)I've seen a lunch box locker last about a year in the rear before they needed replaced
but the aussie locker is the only one I would trust to put in the rear
however in the front axle Ive seen the lunch box locker live for years
now I know of some one else thats had good luck with a lunch box locker in the back axleMy rear lock-rite has been wheeled regularly in my rig for 3 years and I bought it used at that time. It's never slipped on me once (knock on wood)
However I will say that a spool will probably be my next step in it.