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Best Deals on Lock-Rights?

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Guest, Mar 9, 2003.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Dose anyone know where i can find the best deal on a lock right? &nbsp:Desert Rat has them for $260?
     
  2. rocrawler

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    I just bought 2 lockrites from National Tire & Wheel for $262 each and free shipping.
     
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  4. woody

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    remember too the EZ-Lock from Detroit is identical...price those too.
     
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    I just looked a 4 wheel parts and wholesale online and they want 304.00 for the Detroit EZ-lock. I am think i found a place to get my Lock Right cheep though:) thanks Design311...just need to sell the crappy 235's that came on the cruiser and i will have duh money...off to post em forsale in the local bargain hunter.

    Stew
     
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    Check Central 4wd. I think they were $241.
     
  7. Guest

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    what's the difference in the lock rights and detroits new ez lock? any pluses to the ez lock?
     
  8. Guest

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    I am planning on putting a lock right in the rear of my 40 , and was just wondering how this will behave for a daily ride? Any things i should look out for?

    thanks
     
  9. LT

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    Couple things you have to get used to:
    1. Axle twisting as you let in the clutch hard
    2. Makes a nice clicking noise when parking in a parking space with the clutch pushed in 1st gear :p
    3. Learn how to take corners with it cause it's going to be different
     
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    the difference are so minor as to not be worth mentioning...lol I've installed both...essentially identical.
     
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    would stickin 2 of these in be a good idea?