Join Date: Oct 2001
Location: Mt. Sterling, KY
well if you got the $$$$$$ go with the ARB.. have you upgraded the ring and pinions in your diffs? it's especially important if you have larger than normal tires.. will save you a bit on gas and your acceleration will be a bit better too.. (wont stall the engine) if you havent done your tires yet.. i'd hold off on installing the locker, unless you have no desire to go to larger tires.. the ARB costs bout $650 per axle i believe, not including labor.. anyway.. if you get the gearing upgraded at the same time as the locker install, it'll get it done while the diff is open and dismantled which will save you money if you decide to do it later. I recommend at least 4.10 gears if you're goin bigger than 31" tires.. there are a lot of sites that have a nice graph that show you what RPM range you'll be in for a given tire size and gearing..
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So he wants to go OFF-ROAD does he????
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