Well my front actuator for the factory locker just stopped working after a few months of being really sketchy. Sometimes it would take driving over a quarter of a mile on a trail, turning the wheels lock to lock before it would finally lock up. I've just been putting off the rebuild since it is the front one and the truck gets driven enough that having it out of service for more than a day or two isn't going to work. I've got the FSM and have done as much background on it as possible (yes, I know about Christo's page detailing the rebuild by Glen Gustafson) but I'd like to see any photos anyone took while doing this. Any general tips, etc. about tackling it and getting it done ASAP would be appreciated as well. Also, anyone know if I can safely drive the truck with the actuator removed for a few days? I don't have the FSM cracked open right now but I seem to remember that you really needed to keep everything in the same place when you remove it so re-installation is properly done. If I can get around that, the job would be much easier just being able to drive the truck while I rebuild the acutator. Oh yeah, I've checked all the wiring, switch, etc. This is just the classic case of a bunch of crud inside the actuator gumming it's internals up. They had never been used until I bought the truck w/ 75K miles and I could just never "loosen" the front one up. The rear works just fine after 2 yrs of locking it up weekly. Thanks in advance for any input/advice. Mike R.