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Unread 05-31-2012, 01:13 PM   #1
4x4WW
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Np 203 and driveline.

I not sure what to do with the driveline on my cj5. Dana 44 front, 9.25 rear end. Both diff were locked when I purchased the vehicle put im trying to get it streetable. Being thats its full time 4x4 would it be ok to install a detroit locker rear and run an open diff in the front? Its running 39.5s with a 304. I want max traction offroad but need decent street character. Is there a better option that doesnt include selectable lockers. Thanks

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