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post #1 of 7 Old 03-05-2002, 04:13 PM Thread Starter
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lockrite or no slip

i am looking at lockers and don't know which is better for me. i go off road about 3 or 4 times a month, usually long days though. i do quite a bit of high way driving. what do you suggest.

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post #2 of 7 Old 03-05-2002, 09:51 PM
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need more info... which axle you looking to lock? front/rear? cost a consideration?

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the general consensus i've seen around here and on other sites/magazines, is the no-slip.. it's quieter and stronger than the plain lock-right, although it's made by the same people. if $$$ is a concern, get the lockright, as the no-slip is nearly twice the cost..

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BigD Im running close to the same set up as you and from what I have heard the no slip would be the better way to go for a daily driver. Evilpsych is right they do cost around a $100 more but I think it would be worth the extra $$$. This is what I plan to do in the next month or so.

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BigD Im running close to the same set up as you and from what I have heard the no slip would be the better way to go for a daily driver. Evilpsych is right they do cost around a $100 more but I think it would be worth the extra $$$. This is what I plan to do in the next month or so.

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I'd save you're money in the front, lockright and no-slip are gonna behave the same. For the rear, i'd look at the no-slip.

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post #7 of 7 Old 03-06-2002, 08:56 AM
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I'm running the no-slip in rear D35 4.10's
and its only brutal in the rain or snow.
the jeep goes sideways ALOT...
other than that you can spin tires in any occasion any weather and will add additional power to the wheels..
Was it worth it YES

See y'll on the trail.
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