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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-10-2002, 09:59 PM
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ez locker

Looking to put a locker on my jeep, any one have a detoit ez locker, and any info about it? I have a 90 wrangler.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 04-10-2002, 10:31 PM
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Re: ez locker

It will hold up just fine to your 31s, but they seem more prone to breakage than the comparable Lock Right. I know people that have broken both, but with much larger tires.
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Re: ez locker

If I'm remembering correctly, I heard that Lock Right's are LOUD on the street! Even more so than a full on Detroit. Maybe someone can back that up.
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Re: ez locker

running lockrites front and rear in my 86 CJ, they are really not that noisy at all, sometimes on a really sharp turn you will here a minor snap or click, the worst problem with these are some minor handling quirks on a shorter wheelbase vehicle that one has to learn to adapt to, I do not run rocks but it seems to holding up very well with 35's on a model 20,but it makes awesome traction.
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Re: ez locker

I have a EZ-Locker in the 30 front and the only thing I've broken was 2 axles.
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Re: ez locker

the lunch box style lockers will hold up fine to moderate use. if you are running stock axles they will hold up probably better than they will. esp. the d35. i usually recomend a full detroit for anything with big tires and that will get abused. i have seen quite a few lunch box style locker failures but the ones i have seen were in rigs that got used pretty hard.
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