1998 Lockers

Discussion in '100-Series Cruisers' started by akrazgpr, Nov 9, 2005.

  1. akrazgpr

    akrazgpr

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    Hi. Did any 80's come with just rear lockers. The switch on the dash of a 98 I'm lookin at only shows rear and the ID tag doesnt have the "k" # for lockers.

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    Rear lockers were offered on the 100 series. Where are you located? There were no 80 series Land Cruiser in the United States in 1998. '97 was the last year.
     
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    DOH. Sorry Its a 100. Ad said it was an 80 and I had no idea. Ive had Jeeps for 20 years and out grown my currrent cherokee so Im lookin at The 80 series Cruiser. Guess I need to do a little more research before asking stupid questions.

    AJ
     
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    The newbie guide on the Slee offroad site is a good place to start. It has a good chronology of the 80 series from a 'Mudder's perspective.

    -B-
     
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    100s came only with rear locker (optional), not front (due to independent front suspension). Well, and center - I think they all have that.
     
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    Take that 100 for a test drive. You don't want an 80 no V8.
     
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    I suppose he could settle for a 100 if he couldn't find a locked 80, especially if he has no plans to use it off-road.

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    Oh-oh...
     
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    That 80 vs 100 thread issue is like a zen koan...... there is no right answer.

    If given the choice between the blonde and the brunette, why not take both? :cool:
     
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