Originally Posted by ribs
Is it possible to lock them when I am at a stop?
I feel like I should know this stuff, I even read the owners manual front to back
Technically, yes, they should lock as soon as you hit the switch. All that's happening is a 12v signal is being sent to the electronic locker and causing it to lock/engage. I honestly don't know why it sometimes takes a few feet to really engage, but it just does. LOL.
Most of the time mine lock and unlock just fine, as soon as I touch my switches, though. Usually at a dead stop...
There is a vid on youtube that one of the custom shops posted I believe showing an e-locker out of the housing engaging and disengaging and how it really works.