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d35 aussie locker?

i cant find it....i look on their website and it isnt listed....can u still buy these?
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chevyslayer925 has a complete front diff with 4.10's and an Aussie. I wish I could have it but things just didn't work out on my end of things. Maybe try seeing if he would ship? I don't know if he would or not.

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Seems like I heard they discontinued it for some reason. Give them a call or search around for left overs...?
Side note, I don't know what you have going on with the rest of your truck, but I would absolutely get a rear locker before front.
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Oh **** they did? I'm so glad I bought mine a while ago.
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Seems like I heard they discontinued it for some reason. Give them a call or search around for left overs...?
Side note, I don't know what you have going on with the rest of your truck, but I would absolutely get a rear locker before front.
i thought i remembered his expo axle having limited slip...not a locker, but just saying
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ya i put an expo axle in with limited slip that works pretty good.....im planning on repacking the LS and putting a locker in the front.....should help in the traction department a lot....and ya ive been talking to chevyslayer but his diff has 4.10....mine have 3.73...if im going to pay to regear im not going 4.10...im going 4.88's....so that is the reason im not buying his....but that sucks if they discontinued it....what else is available for up there....?
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You have manual hubs correct?
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hmm...ill look around
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^ He said he didn't want 4.10's
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^ He said he didn't want 4.10's
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we arent sure whats going on with jasons front diff he has had some strange noises since 2 storms ago and after this one its worse. he is tearing it apart thursday.
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I think lock-right makes a front locker for the D35 IFS.
Maybe part # 2311S2
http://www.richmondgear.com/powertrax/fordtrucklr.pdf
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yes i have manual hubs...i was looking at the powertrax no-slip...any one have any info on that.....but it is like $400...wasn't the aussie like $250 or something?
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Yes I paid like $230 for my aussie when I had it. Thats the main reason it was more popular than the other lockers.
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Yep, you bought direct and it was cheap.
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I need to update this, but aussie locker isn't going to do another manufacturing run on their D35 IFS locker, and Richmond gear has discontinued the No-Slip, but still has the Lock-Right.

Torsen and Quaife have the D35 IFS limited slip differentials available.

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Torsen have the D35 IFS limited slip differentials available.
have you confirmed this??? As in available for purchase.
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I read that they had the first run completed, but call them to make sure.

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Torsen has been saying this for years and years, so I won't believe anything I hear until I see it offered for sale.
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Torsen has been saying this for years and years, so I won't believe anything I hear until I see it offered for sale.
that's the way I am
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huh that sounds good, 500 bones though
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huh that sounds good, 500 bones though
Yeah. I want to lock up the front on mine but since it has the detroit in there I can't do a lunchbox locker and full carrier replacements ain't cheap.
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