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post #1366 of 1688 Old 08-22-2013, 08:33 AM
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Lunchbox locker for the front definitely!
I am going to be rocking a lunch box front and rear soon

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post #1367 of 1688 Old 08-22-2013, 08:36 AM
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I am going to be rocking a lunch box front and rear soon

I <3 rockrash
Lunchbox rear? :thumbsdown:

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post #1368 of 1688 Old 08-22-2013, 09:05 AM Thread Starter
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I am going to be rocking a lunch box front and rear soon

I <3 rockrash
I'm just doing my front for now, it's really all I need, and won't mess me up doing burnouts and whipping the jeep
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Lunchbox rear? :thumbsdown:
Your mommy and daddy may have money for selectable lockers but we don't but seriously... Don't start this, because everyone I've talked to with an Aussie or spartan (i think) front or rear doesn't complain.
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post #1369 of 1688 Old 08-22-2013, 09:08 AM
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I buy everything...

Anyways, I've heard from many people that a rear selectable is a ***** to drive because it'll randomly grab under force. Regardless, a selectable will be better in the rear. A lunchbox in the front is a good start though. I can't wait to try mine. My LockRight was a little over $200 from northridge4x4 if you're interested Matt.

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I buy everything...

Anyways, I've heard from many people that a rear selectable is a ***** to drive because it'll randomly grab under force. Regardless, a selectable will be better in the rear. A lunchbox in the front is a good start though. I can't wait to try mine. My LockRight was a little over $200 from northridge4x4 if you're interested Matt.
<--------What are you talking about, you have a Dana 35? Nothing wrong with a lunchbox locker. I will never, EVER run a selectable. There is too many things that can go wrong. Lunchbox is stupid simple, and will be fine for what he is doing. Of course my favorite are spooled/welded for the rear, but that isn't for everyone.
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post #1371 of 1688 Old 08-22-2013, 10:41 AM
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<--------What are you talking about, you have a Dana 35? Nothing wrong with a lunchbox locker. I will never, EVER run a selectable. There is too many things that can go wrong. Lunchbox is stupid simple, and will be fine for what he is doing. Of course my favorite are spooled/welded for the rear, but that isn't for everyone.
What does a dana 35 have to do with anything..?

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post #1372 of 1688 Old 08-22-2013, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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I buy everything...

Anyways, I've heard from many people that a rear selectable is a ***** to drive because it'll randomly grab under force. Regardless, a selectable will be better in the rear. A lunchbox in the front is a good start though. I can't wait to try mine. My LockRight was a little over $200 from northridge4x4 if you're interested Matt.
Just joshing yah. Lol, I want that intake first, then I'll focus on a locker.
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<--------What are you talking about, you have a Dana 35? Nothing wrong with a lunchbox locker. I will never, EVER run a selectable. There is too many things that can go wrong. Lunchbox is stupid simple, and will be fine for what he is doing. Of course my favorite are spooled/welded for the rear, but that isn't for everyone.
I'm not about that life dawg.
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What does a dana 35 have to do with anything..?
Everything.....
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post #1373 of 1688 Old 08-22-2013, 11:47 PM
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Lunchbox rear? :thumbsdown:
I'm pissed as well

I'd just weld the ****er and wheel it but I lost that fight.
Spools are the tits.

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What does a dana 35 have to do with anything..?
Every thing.

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post #1375 of 1688 Old 08-23-2013, 08:46 AM Thread Starter
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Every thing.

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Copy cat :thumbsdown: on another note, I got 30 hours on my first week and 15 next week. Pay check should be nice lolz need more hours though
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Copy cat :thumbsdown: on another note, I got 30 hours on my first week and 15 next week. Pay check should be nice lolz need more hours though
$$$$ whenever I'm home working I get between 40-45 hours a week. Which is why my build sucks for months then I buy something big

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post #1378 of 1688 Old 08-23-2013, 10:16 AM
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What does a dana 35 have to do with anything..?
Cause they suck. But seriously, how many rear lockers have you run?
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post #1379 of 1688 Old 08-23-2013, 10:25 AM
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Cause they suck. But seriously, how many rear lockers have you run?
It's worked for me so far chill.
None. Never said I did. Just giving him a warning on what I've heard.

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post #1380 of 1688 Old 08-23-2013, 10:37 AM
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It's worked for me so far chill.
None. Never said I did. Just giving him a warning on what I've heard.
It can't be any worse than the welded rear I had.

Seriously I don't get we're some wrangler guys get their info from?

Like today I was in the passat and I saw a jk on 38s with stock axles...and he said it goes any we're and has no trouble wheeling Rausch

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