'95 XJ country edition, 4" coils/3/4" spacers, HD leafs with extra main added in, Ironman adjustable control arms, rough country shackles, aussie locker, JK rubicon shocks, 35" mudder's, soft 8's, cobra cb
Sold '00 TJ, 4" lift, rusty's adjustable control arms, skyjacker shocks, rock krawler adj. trac-bar,rugged ridge SYE and RE driveshaft, soft 8's, 35" mud king xt's,XJ HP D30 w/aussie locker, 4:88 yukon gears, hella 500's, rock crusher diff covers
4. 04 Dodge ram 1500 quadcab, yes, it has a hemi.
5. '08 BMW X3, Mods in progress.
i was planning on doing it myself, i am not sure about which one to do, they say the front makes the most difference, but possi rear is a big help too, what do you think, and do you know much about the install, they all say it is rather easy, but you know how that gos, thanks, Tom
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Do some reading and research before you install one in the rear. A lot depends on your set up and what kind of rear end you have, 35 or 44 and so on. I have the Richmond Lock Right in my dana 30 in the front and I love it. From what I have read, they are all pretty much the same. Mine does click when in 2 wheel drive going around corners on the pavement.
I had one in the front axel my YJ when I sold it. Loved it offroad, but it was a bear in the snow and ice driving on the highway or paved road. If your never in 4 wheel drive on pavement then I say its the best bang for the buck (any lunchbox locker), but if you drive on snow or ice on the roadway in the winter I would save your pennies for a selectable locker and upgraded shafts.