Eric Winkworth said:It seems like it is pretty cheap, so your saying it wouldn't be good to have them front and rear in the winter? Man I need lockers, lol. I love seeing how far I can go through fields in the winter. How much would a cable locker be for front and back?
Call G&S to get the current price. I am in Southern CA USA and with tax shipping duty and everthing it was about $4200.00 USD. Again check with them, the ones I got they already had so I have no idea what the current rate is if they have to get more from Japan.Eric Winkworth said:IF that included, shipping and everything I would do it for sure, that way I could take my sweet ass time on the nuckles and paint everything up liek new
Yes it's going to be harder on the birfs and you'll be more prone to breaking one. Steering will be harder too, much harder than a lsd.A2B in a TLC said:1) If an Aussie Locker were to be installed up front, would it be tougher on the Birfields than selectable locker?
Yes. in the snow the tire wants to spin a tad. I also noticed some chirping on the slickrock.A2B in a TLC said:2) Bob Garrett mentioned the "usual traits of an autolocker (clicking when turning, spinning the inside tire when turning while accelerating, etc)". Doesn't that apply only to the rear when the front hubs are not engaged?
I'm with wayne. Put it in the rear and the LSD in the front. This combo is still pretty renowned for light to moderate wheeling.A2B in a TLC said:Wayne has suggested an option to move my ltd slip up front and install Aussie Lockers in the rear. I'm thinking it might be best to leave the ltd slip where it is in the rear and install the Aussie up front. I use my BJ74 as a daily driver with light-to-moderate off-roading on weekends. Nothing too hardcore.