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Locker?

I have a 02 2wd edge and am lookin for a locker but I don't know what to buy? Whats the best? But more importantly what's the cheapest?
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you would want a lunchbox locker(fits in the factory carrier assy) thats all i know when it comes to lockers lol
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Definitely a lunchbox style is cheapest if you already have an open differential. Aussie and Detroit and a couple other companies make them.
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Where can I find a lunchbox locker? And do they work well?
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Summit racing is where I got mine.
Power trax lock rite. Best investment along with my sct xcal 3.
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They work very well but may take a little getting used to.
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Where can I find a lunchbox locker? And do they work well?
They work very well but may take a little getting used to.
Yup. Clickity click click
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i put an aussie in the front of my truck and it works well and clicks like crazy. the only thing a locker in the rear isnt good for is towing, so if you do alot of that i would consider a posi.
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Click click click click click click click click
thats about right. they're violent little suckers till you get used to them.
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i put an aussie in the front of my truck and it works well and clicks like crazy. the only thing a locker in the rear isnt good for is towing, so if you do alot of that i would consider a posi.
I haven't had a single issue towing with my Power Trax NoSlip. I have towed a ton of miles, too.
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Screw cheap, save the money for something you won't regret down the road, Best and cheap are so far apart it's not even funny...
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I haven't had a single issue towing with my Power Trax NoSlip. I have towed a ton of miles, too.
i said this because sometimes lockers can be a bit violent in the rear if your not used to it locking and unlocking.
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Engine (3.0, 4.0), trans (auto, manual), axle (7.5, 8.8)? What do you have in your truck?
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