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Torq Masters Aussie Locker

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MSRP: $650.00
Average Price: $260.74
Manufacturer: Torq Masters
Recommended?
Yes: 42 / No: 0

The Aussie Locker is a fully automatic and precision manufactured automatic differential locking device that does not require any manual operation to activate. It does not require any switches, external compressors, electrical cables, air lines, or pneumatic controls. It is positive locking, meaning there is no slippage when locked. There is a mechanically solid engagement of all parts. In contrast a limited slip differential is not positive locking and does allow slippage and one wheel "spin up" i.e. the spinning of one wheel at twice the differential speed while the other wheel having traction remains motionless. With the "Aussie Locker" you get 100% of drive and traction to both wheels.

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smunns
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smunns's Reviews

08-02-2006, 08:52 AM
Torq Masters Aussie Locker
Pros: Cheap & easy to install.
Cons: Occasional clinks and clanks.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Just put an Aussie locker in my rear D44. So far, I love it. It occasionally clicks and clanks around turns, but that should be expected from a lunchbox locker in the rear.


XTC Jpr13

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XTC Jpr13's Reviews

07-31-2006, 06:06 PM
Torq Masters Aussie Locker
Pros: In-expensive, quiet, easy to install
Cons: non selectable
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I love mine in the front, it works flawlessly. I am about to install one in the rear as well. installation is not a big deal and can be done in your driveway!


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