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Powertrax Lock-Right 2311S2 help

From what I've found online, this should work in the front of my '07 Level II. I've found one new-in-very-old box for sale, and wondered if anyone could point me in the direction of the installation instructions and what all should be included in the box so I know that everything that I need is in the box! Thanks!
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The instructions that are linked are the exact one's you'll find in the box. I have an old one sitting in a box that I still haven't installed. I need to get it done before winter.

If you beat me to it, let me know how it goes, as the instructions don't outline a D35 IFS installation. You could also check around some Explorer forums for installation instructions I'd imagine.
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Thank you much! I'm kind of undecided on it now though.... I've been doing some reading on it and sounds like things can get kind of iffy on snow covered roads, which we have a lot of up here!
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Well I think I've decided against it already. Heard from a few people who have used one in icy/snowy conditions! While it would be nice to have in certain situations I think I'd rather have a more stable vehicle during some of the winter driving we get here!
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there right a full locker can be a pain to drive with, however if you have a auto its not as bad. alot of auto lockers like that are a pain with a stick. however i always say an L/S over a locker for daily snow
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what about a e-locker?
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i say E-locker at the touch of a button you'd be back to open and just as easily locked.
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An e-locker would be great, I was just looking into this as I found this one locally for cheap. I don't really have any real need for it... it'd be great in the deep stuff but I do too much winter driving!
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