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Icon4 locker info needed

i have no experience with lockers

but i plan on putting 1 in my front diff

how reliable is a lock-right locker in my front differential

within a year or 2

i plan on putting them in my front and rear differential
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get a No-spin!
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no-spin???????

can you be more specific
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i think he ment no slip but we will see
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Excerpts from NoSpin/detroit lockerŪ OWNER'S MANUAL

basic simple and works like you wouldnt believe, actually a little to well.
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get a miller-matic 210... best on the market in my opinion!!!
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get a miller-matic 210... best on the market in my opinion!!!
BWAHAHHHAHAHAHAA!


Check out Lock Right No Slip. Preforms like a locker off road, but they say its one of the easiest on the street.
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BWAHAHHHAHAHAHAA!


Check out Lock Right No Slip. Preforms like a locker off road, but they say its one of the easiest on the street.
i agree... all of the lock-right/powertrax products are really road friendly and arent bad on the DD.
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i agree... all of the lock-right/powertrax products are really road friendly and arent bad on the DD.
Do you have the no-slip? I've been debating getting one. Its either that or an OEM style clutch LSD...
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does this no-slip locker fit in the factory open diff carrier

or do i have to purchase a new carrier
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it fits in the OE open carrier
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You can still find the Aussie lockers too.
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