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Old 02-13-2006
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front locker question

Can i use a dana 35 lock right that says from a jeep? says can be used for with or without c clip?, 27 spline?
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depends on which jeep one it is.. i want to say that its the #2311 that works for the front.. im locked in the front with lockright and in rear with a no-slip. i will never own an open diffed truck ever again
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search the xplorer forums they have the part number for the powertrax no-slip is if they can cross it over to the loc rite.
I have the no-slip in the front.
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