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Just ordered a locker, pulley, programmer, e-fan, tires and some stickers

Well I just ordered a Auburn ECTED locker, Bama Programmer(finally get to see what its like), a DZK pulley and a Proform E-fan.

Tires ordered, should be here hopefully Friday:) 5 33x12.50 Dunlop Mud Rovers:)

I also have ORR, RF and TRS stickers on the way, all going in the toolbox and maybe one or two on the windows:)

And we are building my bumper the weekend of the 2nd:)
Fun times are here again.
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Wow, man that's AWESOME. I can't wait to get this axle build and have the locker in. You're 4WD so it will be even better.

I'm glad you got those tires -- the other ones didn't impress me offroad in some conditions. Dunlop generallly makes some good tires. I used to run D60-A2's with their double A traction rating on my old Elantra and loved them. Dunlop is owned by Goodyear these days, which probably won't hurt them any.

I'm interested in that DZK pulley. I've thought about them but just shyed away -- I'm afraid of inadequate charging with all the electronic junk I've got in the truck these days.
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i like dunlop tires too, i have some GT qualifiers on the torino, and after maybe 2 years of just minimal driving time, only one is missing chunks out of the tread. believe me, thats a GOOD thing.

i guess we will be busy, eh ryan??
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I'll let you know John, the only real power sucker will be the system, but then that won't be really big anyway.

Yea the way you drive that poor car, that is amazing thats all thats wrong with the tires:) Yep, we'll have a busy day or weekend.
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Make sure you have a good drill to make the hole in the diff centersection for the e-locker wire. I suspect it's pretty hard. Don't forget to mount the tone ring off your old diff so your ABS still works either! Although I'm sure they cover that in the install papers.
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i got ALL the tools

last time ryan came he had something like a hand crank drill oh wait, i think it had a power cord on it.....
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Shh, leave my older than me drill alone.:)

I can't wait to see the instructions for the locker and see what tools i have never heard of:)
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im lookin to get some dunlop mud rovers in a few months. anybody know how they do on the road? i dont care about noise as my exhaust and system will prolly drown it out but im concerned about wear.
nice stuff ryan. wish i had that kinda money but ive gotta save up for my lift.

and dont be hatin on drills with chucks. my dads is just fine (course i only use it when i need some real power)
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good times PineCone! I gota few mods on the way I know how you must be feeling right now...

and you do know the stickers will give you the most benefits when it comes to mods right? LOL :-P
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I'll let you know how the tires do on the road.:)

I know Q, the most bang for my buck in raw HP:)
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wow sounds like youre gonna have some fun soon
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man i forgot about the stickers...how many did you get? if you get like five, i heard you can beat a honda. o yea.
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I got a couple:) One is " Chicks dig Body damage" another is "Works sucks, I'd rather be 4 wheelin and another is "Got Mud?" the other one's are a RF sticker and a ORR sticker:)
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as long as you still have that AMSOIL sticker, ill help you work on your truck. still got that explorer pro comp one on the windshield?
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sweet, sweet. Lockers is where its at!!! They make an ected for the 7.5 rearend?
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i believe on another site he said he had the 8.8
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he does have the 8.8
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8.8 up in this piece.
Hmmm, I don't think they make a 4x4 with the 7.5.
Yes the procomp sticker is on the windshield and the amsoil sticker is on the back:)
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Damn much be nice with all that stuff...

How much did the locker cost???

I like to get one...
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I got it for $589 off Ebay.:)
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^^^ is that uses or new....
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Brand new. I think I was told they were $595 at Randy's Ring and Pinion.

Ebay Auction:Locker on Ebay

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Bailey has Mud Rovers.. she had them on her edge and on her fx4 now.. ill tell her to chime in on what she thinks
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Awesome, thanks Jared.
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