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Lock-Rite or EZ Locker? Where?

I need a locker for the end of the month so which do I buy and where?

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I am running the Loc-rite and Iam really happy with it. And I think National Tire & Wheel has them for $175.00 And I think the shiping is free.

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Re: Lock-Rite or EZ Locker? Where?

Danny is this for your toyota axles or Zook? Zook -national wheel and tire No BS they just ship.
For toy axles ya got me....

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Re: Lock-Rite or EZ Locker? Where?

It's for the Zuk axles I'll be runnin' for your run. Time is the key here. So I'll get a Lock-Rite for now and sell it to a friend later. Do I need side gears for the rear or not?
Any advise is a big help...

Oh if Max hasn't already told you I have LOT's of Pony carbs for sale!!!
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Re: Lock-Rite or EZ Locker? Where?

no, you dont need the side gears, save your money. Dont forget to bring those carbs!

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Re: Lock-Rite or EZ Locker? Where?

I wish you guys could give me an idea of how many Pony carbs to bring with me.
I dont really want to bring any BACK across the border on the way home. Do you think you would want rebuild kits for them? I could make somekind of package deal maybe.....

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Re: Lock-Rite or EZ Locker? Where?

Zookys right no side gears. As to the carbs just bring them for the folks who contact you. That way it will keep your investment down and space is allways at a premium in a zook. The lockers install easy. I would be interested
in a carb but funds are strapped right now with the run etc.. Hows the buildup going anyway? we have maxs rig
most of the way there, got his suspension 98% of the way there.

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Re: Lock-Rite or EZ Locker? Where?

dannyl
i live in Arkansas so can't make the run but i would be
interested in the pony carb setup. and a rebuild kit

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Re: Lock-Rite or EZ Locker? Where?

i had put in a detroit e z locker in two weeks a go in my friends rig, i would not recomend it, it has a lot of play makes a but load of noise. i would stay with the powertrax i have heard this before but he all ready had it.it works fine just seems the power trax is a better set up.just some info. mike

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I'll sell you my new detriot locker for $175.00. Let me know if you want it. I bought it recently but never got around to installing it and have sold my suzuki. email [email protected].

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