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    new locker and a little trimming

    Just installed my Aussie and did a little trimming.

    here are a couple of shots of the work done.



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    MMMmmm ... traction!

    Clean job on the flaps, looks good. Updated your sig line;

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    Is that Aussie locker easy to install your self??
    and by your self i mena noo fancy tools othere then some wrenches and torque wrenches??

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    Aussie Locker is dead nuts simple to install.
    That why they are nice.

    Sweet man, you'll love having at least 1 locker.
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    cool!! cant wait to hear how it works first hand. iv herad lots of rumars and things about these.
    love my 2.5

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    just curious why did you choose to lock the front?

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    more traction?
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    And that is clearly a d35

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    yup its the d35 and was dead simple to install.... just pay attention to the clearances that they recommend in the install instructions.

    if all goes good... and I like it... gonna do front too.

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    looks good jimmy cant wait to try it out,
    if i can pry myself away from the new baby long enough to fix mine,ttyl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noltz View Post
    MMMmmm ... traction!

    Clean job on the flaps, looks good. Updated your sig line;

    -Jak
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    Had it out today... WOW... Traction is an understatement!

    and I'm diggin the tagline.... so.... well you'll see.

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    what do you do to lock it? im looking at getting one, hopefully i cando it myself, and is it air? i would rather not.. how else do they lock?

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    the aussie locker website explains it pretty well actually....

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    iv herad from someone that has one, and loves it. that whenever you accelerate it locks, im thinking about getting on since there such a good price

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    ya the site is a great read I am sold lol. just have to talk the poketbook in to it.

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    I have recieved lots of PM's requesting Information on the Aussie Locker.

    the price was 229$ US plus 36.50$ US for shipping. There was no duty for shipping it over the boarder. it was delivered to me in the mail about 10 days after the order was placed. they quoted 6-14 days.

    The Contact was Bill his number is 585-356-8947.

    I needed to speak with Bill because the web site does not process Canadian purchases.

    cheers and if you purchase one.... enjoy.
    Last edited by Jak Flash; 03-03-2008 at 11:48 AM. Reason: typo

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    yea im definately sold on that for my next jeep....

    is it common to lock just one axle ?

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    I don't think that hurts the pocketbook at all wow!!!! I am thinking of doing this to my jeep and I don't even offroad with it LOL


    It would solve all of my 1wd problems in the winter......
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    would this work well in a zj with a 318 in it????

    or would that suck in the winter?????
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    its all about how you drive it.... I had no issues in the snow....

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