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Unread 05-08-2002, 03:12 PM   #1
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POSI LOCK CABLE

i have the lock right locker installed in the dana 30, and i am planning to put the posi lock cable in place of the vacume. it seems to me that using this posi lock will eithe enguage or dis enguage the front passenger wheel only. is this the case? it seems the driver side wheel is directly connected w/ the lock right, and the vacume actuator will only work the passenger side wheel.
what do you think?

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Unread 05-09-2002, 11:09 AM   #2
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you're exactly right, if you have a locker on the front, and the posi-lok disengaged, you're only spinning the driver side wheel. locking the posi-lok only locks the passenger side wheel... i have the posi-lok myself (no locker yet), but i like it A LOT better than that damn vacuum system...
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yea, i was just thinking that having this extra manual control of the locker, in those sticky situations like a side slope would keep me a bit safer. i understand that w/ the front locked w/ both wheels spinning, would tend to draw you down the slope. agghh just more money, right?
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