New locker

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Asked by Jul 13, 2009 at 10:05 PM about the Jeep Wrangler

Question type: Car Customization

I need a new locker but idk witch one i wanna get. I either want a detroit or an air locker

4 Answers

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Depends on if you are putting it in the rear diff or front. If its for the rear go with detroit. It's cheaper. But for the front only ever go with a selectable locker. Your turning ratios goes to crap when its engaged and if your running a detroit in the front you will start to hate it. You will have to make 3 point turns everywhere.

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Ya its for the rear. But my buddy told me to put in a dana 44 rear with the detriot but i like my 35

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I like detroit lockers better.

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ditch the 35 and go with the 44 and a detroit. thats what i've got. one word AWESOME!

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