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Unread 09-11-2011, 09:06 PM   #1
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New axles, locker identification..

I just picked up a Dana 30 and 35 for 400 for my jeep. The seller said it they had 4.56 gears and a rear Detroit locker, which i believe is correct.


The Dana 35 also came with a disc brake conversion from a ford 8.8?


The thing i noticed is the Dana 30 seemed to come with a locker...
Is this a Eaton locker?


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Unread 09-11-2011, 09:18 PM   #2
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looks like a detroit in the 35. might need some better close ups of that 30.
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Unread 09-11-2011, 09:27 PM   #3
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Im not at home right now, but the dana 30 has a solid unit with the indent on towards the top of the picture in 4 different spots..
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Unread 09-11-2011, 09:28 PM   #4
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there is no holes in it at all.
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that locker in the 35 is a Detroit for sure it is the same one that came with the super 35 kit the po put in mine!
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What kit was it
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that locker in the 35 is a Detroit for sure it is the same one that came with the super 35 kit the po put in mine!
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What kit was it
I bolded it for you.

Superior Axle offers the Super 35 Kit with a couple different locker options.
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Eaton locker? Technically speaking, Eaton makes the Detroit lockers. There are quite a few lockers with just the eaton name: their posi unit, the truetrac and the e-locker. Not seeing the top of the pumpkin, I can't tell what you have. Just google the numbers on the locker housing, that's how I found out I bought a truetrac in my 8.8 rather than whatever the guy was trying to sell me.
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The locker and yes superior makes my super 35!

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I bolded it for you.

Superior Axle offers the Super 35 Kit with a couple different locker options.
It also seems that other companies that make lockers like ox made something like "super 35" kits, so I was just wondering if there it was made by a different manufacturer.

I don't have the kit in mine, just the locker, looks like i have stock axle shafts..
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That is definitely the same locker in the rear.

The front has no writing on it that I can see..

Thanks guys so far, anyone have any idea what the front "locker" might be? When i spin the axle shafts they seem like they are completely solid, no ratcheting..
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AH HA! spun the locker around a few more times, saw some scratched on numbers!

It says...

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