I've had an aussie in mine since 2007 with no problems and have had excellent offroad traction. I didn't look at where you reside, but if you get some snow, just be careful and learn how to drive with it installed. It will be a whole different animal with the Aussie or any other type of auto locker installed up front.
I plan to lock the front with the Aussie! I haven't had the jeep long enough to drive threw snow. I reside in South Carolina York area and the snow isn't to bad. Maybe at most last year was 8 inches. This is going to be a slower then normal build because of money.
What size carrier would that be? Sorry I'm new to axles and gearing.
That would be the 3.55 and numerically higher carrier. The break is 3.31 and lower, 3.55 and higher.
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