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post #1 of 14 Old 07-09-2010, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
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Locker and Axle Identification

So I had my TJ put on a lift today, to investigate a clicking noise..turns out the clicking noise was a good thing!

We found an auto locker in the rear end. And to me, the rear end looks a bit different than my old YJ D35..can someone confirm it for me? Is it a D35? Also, is that a detroit locker?

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Can someone confirm the locker and axle for me?

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Sorry about that.



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thats a lunchbox locker, aussie, lockright etc. also a dana 35. here are the differences.

dana 35



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Gotcha. How can I identify the locker?

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No one ever checks out the "stickys"? http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/st...ations-452871/
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I did check the sticky, when I first bought the TJ. But, this just didn't look right to me, so I asked. I wasn't concerned with it as much as the type of locker.

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Gotta bump this to the top unfortunately.

I need to identify the exact locker.

It looks like an Aussie to me, but I was told it was a Detroit by a friend.

I am getting ready to regear, and want the info on whether or not it will fit...

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its not a full detroit, its a lunchbox locker. aussie, lockright, etc
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Yep, I know that.

Trying to identify which that it is...

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Lunchbox lockers dont care what gear ratio you have. You might have to change your carrier though.

I dont think its an aussie either, I have 1 sitting right next to me and it has no part #s on it that I can see.


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Which is why I am attempting to find out which it is. I don't want to learn after everything is taken apart that I need a new carrier.

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Which is why I am attempting to find out which it is. I don't want to learn after everything is taken apart that I need a new carrier.
If you would READ my post above, the locker DOES NOT CARE WHAT GEAR RATIO YOU HAVE. If the ratio doesnt matter, wouldnt common sense tell you that the carrier doesnt matter.

You will need a new carrier if you go above a certain gear ratio, which I Think is 3.73 and up.

THE LOCKER WILL WORK WITH WHATEVER GEAR RATIO/OPEN CARRIER YOU PUT IN

Edit: Didnt mean to come off as a ****.

Why are you asking what locker you have if your profile says its a lockright.


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