Originally Posted by highrollingtj
it should be easy on the pocketbook to replace the worn out clutch packs, i agree with flexy tj, its just another fancy limited slip, we all know about the trac-loc and how easy the clutch packs where out...its about having to take apart your carrier everytime a clutch wears out. same with my quic-lock upfront, once the springs where out i have replacements, the only problem is time
go e-locker, i know someone is going to say screw that, there are shorts, but then they say air locker, but the lines can tear or burn, then ox-locker, but i've seen cables not function or rip, so i guess anyway you look at it, do whats best for YOU!
Maybe I should mention to you guys that when the guy from auburn came in to train us I asked about clutch replacement and he stated they were not rebuildable at ALL!!! They do however have some kind of buy back program when they do crap the bed due to wear n tear.
1997 XJ Sport 2 Door- High country suspension and skid plate package.
2006 TJ- Custom lift 4in Full traction springs, OME shocks, Kilby skid plates and bumper, Full traction 3 link in rear, JKS control arms upper lower, Banks exhaust, Edge trail jammer, 4.56's and true trac front, Eaton elocker rear. D30, D44
1995 YJ Rio Grande- 4.0l Swap 3.5 in 4wd hardware lift, Ford 8.8 Rear 4.10 gears.