Ok well my dad just got the front and rear locking axles off a crashed '97 LX450. However the front of the wagon took such a hit, like 60mph+ into a concrete bridge pole. And with the axles off the wagon the front housing has a few hits front the tie rod cross bars. So looks like he'll have to retro fit the front pumpkin into his non locking housing. Now I've looked at slee about how this is done. This is nothing we cannont do, but I'm worried about the area that is cut and no longer has a large sealing surface. I'm guessing that housings that came with lockers are made different and the cutting we'll have to do is for a retro fit. Anyone ever tried this, and how well can you get it to seal around the cut out area, I'm guessing some RTV or form-a-gasket will work to double up with the paper seal. Oh and any other notes will be helpful too. By the way, he bought the rear wheels and spare off of it too, but he didn't have the truck to bring any of it back so the yard was going to deliver it for him. That night, some assholes broke into the yard, stole other stuff and the spare, I guess since the tire was like new. So now we only have 2 wheels any ideas where I can get atleast 2 more, I want them for my mini truck.