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1987-2016 Wrangler Jammock Black 2.0 Jeep Hammock (YJ, TJ Rancho rockGEAR promotion gear from January 1-February 29,Zone Offroad Body and Suspension Lift Kits, Brackets, Disc

Unread 11-04-2012, 11:41 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by outdoorguy86 View Post
You can def tell that auto locker is there in the rear. Slow speeds it bumps and chirps when turning. Every once and a while you get a horrendous pop. Shifting at high speeds causes it to kick a little, at least on mine. It's predicts let now though. Still haven't had it on the packed snow or ice so can't comment on thst
This is right on the mark! I am getting used to driving with a Lockrite, and it definitely pushes you around a little. Nothing you don't get used to, and I love having the wheels locked when needed, but it will surprise the crap out of you on the road! It does it when shifting up, letting the clutch out. It has a tendency to push the front end when engaging, and you have to steer for it. You will think your steering is squirrely, but it's just the locker. I will be installing another one in our other Jeep. I don't think it is dangerous, just surprising at first.

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