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Dana 35 Lock-Right @ $76 and 5 hours to go!!!

Somebody snipe this. 5 hours to go!!

Dana 35 Lock-Right

Will work on all Ranger Dana 35 axles (TTB and IFS).

Lock'em up!
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It won't work for us. It's 27 spline.
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Yes it will. All ranger Dana 35 axles are 27 spline.

Check out the Lock-Right application guide: Application Guide

The application guide doesn't mention it working after 2000, but I called Richmond Gear and their engineer said that they will work. These are pretty much the same as the Aussie Locker that everyone is running.

See the Ranger Differential Guide for user reviews and info.
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Well shows how much I know. LOL Learn something new everyday.
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Somebody has better jump on this thing! It's BRAND NEW!

I'm kicking myself for not having my truck/finances in order to buy this thing myself.

I've never seen one sit at this price for this long, and I watch these like a hawk.
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Well shows how much I know. LOL Learn something new everyday.
No problem. Differentials are kinda my thing.
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If you can replace your own spark-plugs, you can install this thing in under 5 hours with simple hand tools.
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If you can replace your own spark-plugs, you can install this thing in under 5 hours with simple hand tools.
hmmm, maybe not THAT simple lol
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hmmm, maybe not THAT simple lol
Ok, so you have to be able to read the directions too. I think they come in three different languages to choose from.
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4 hours...
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I dont think it will work in IFS front ends, im pretty sure the D35 TTB is not reverse rotation and the D35 IFS is....correct me if im wrong
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The TTB D35 is reverse rotation. IFS is standard.

EDIT: The only time you have to worry about standard vs. reverse rotation is gears.

EDIT AGAIN: I looked up the Part # 2311S2 on the box, it's for a JEEP D35. Part #2310 is for a RANGER D35

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I dont think it will work in IFS front ends, im pretty sure the D35 TTB is not reverse rotation and the D35 IFS is....correct me if im wrong
Yes it will work in both, check the application guides i posted links to. The Lock-Right replaces the spider gears, not the carrier. Rotation doesn't matter.

Why do people always contradict with me when I post that something will work... and add links to back it up!

Is it because they don't read? I don't know why I even bother sometimes...

(General rant Toreador4x4, not trying to jump all over you.)
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I understand, but think of it this way, the aussie in my truck doesn't engage when you spin it backwards (backing up) therefore i dont see how they sell a locker that could work in standard and reverse rotation axles
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Ok, I misstated the "TTB & IFS". According to Richmond's application guide the 2311S2 is for the IFS trucks only (because of the narrower carrier size, not the rotation).
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Why do people always contradict with me when I post that something will work... and add links to back it up!
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Ok, I misstated the "TTB & IFS". According to Richmond's application guide the 2311S2 is for the IFS trucks only (because of the narrower carrier size, not the rotation).
LOL....good deal none the less
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I understand, but think of it this way, the aussie in my truck doesn't engage when you spin it backwards (backing up) therefore i dont see how they sell a locker that could work in standard and reverse rotation axles
If your Aussie Locker doesn't engage in reverse, something is wrong. The "Lunch-Box" type lockers all engage whichever direction the driveshaft is applying torque to the axle. Forwards AND reverse. If you want me to explain it more, start a new thread in the drivetrain section. I'll be happy to try and get you diagrams and everything.
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EDIT AGAIN: I looked up the Part # 2311S2 on the box, it's for a JEEP D35. Part #2310 is for a RANGER D35
The #2311S2 may work on the Jeep Dana 35, but it also is what is specified for '98+ Rangers.

Again, check out the linked file below

http://www.richmondgear.com/powertrax/fordtrucklr.pdf
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LOL....good deal none the less
Yeah, I know... figures that I would do that.

But come on people... CHECK THE APPLICATION SHEET!!!
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Ok this better work in my truck because I'm the high bidder right now.
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I really doubt this will work in both the TTB and SLA. No one in the industry makes a single unit that will work for both. I don't care what the application sheet says. Their application sheet also says 91-94 explorers had a D28 which is not true.
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It shows 1997-2000 Rangers. I wouldn't think they were the same until 1998 and then they would remain the same until present. I'm still bidding on it. Just hope it will work.
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I'm not saying it won't work for your truck, I don't know if its the right one or not. I'm saying it won't work for TTB and SLA. Its one or the other.
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The #2311S2 may work on the Jeep Dana 35, but it also is what is specified for '98+ Rangers.

Again, check out the linked file below

http://www.richmondgear.com/powertrax/fordtrucklr.pdf
I saw that after further research.
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