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post #1 of 5 Old 05-13-2002, 05:54 PM Thread Starter
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i have a 96 ZJ and am looking for a good locker. based on what i read earlier i want a front one. i'm looking for the best bang for the buck, also i want to keep my rig street worthy. it's the only car i got. for that reason a selectable locker appeals to me. if you could get me some brand names and what i could expect to pay that'd be good. also what does it take to install these things. i would probably have to get someone else to do it but it would just be good to know. thanks.


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post #2 of 5 Old 05-14-2002, 01:39 PM Thread Starter
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one more thing. i have the full time all wheel drive option so i'm afraid this might cause some problems. if anyone has this set up please tell me what is working for you.


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idk cam. and the big daghs aren't replying to ya. lol, lata man
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post #4 of 5 Old 05-15-2002, 08:22 PM
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Yes, you need a selectable locker. But for the price, you almost might as well go for a T-Case swap and an automatic locker.

Two choices that I know of:

OX--Cable Activated--Probably $699 (+ shipping if applicable) (+install of around 5-8 hours labor. I think they might be charging like an extra $100 for the cable too now on top of that, but not sure...

ARB Air locker--Similar cost once locker, compressor, and install are bought and completed. Maybe just a little bit cheaper.

You could do a T-case swap and an auto locker for like under a grand still too.

I opted for the OX and trash-loc together make it go combo...

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What exactly do you mean? i cannot picture what you are talking about. and wouldn't swapping a T-case cause potential for many more problems that cost just as much money? (although i'm still not going to pay 700+ bucks like you were talking about)


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