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Go Detroit.... aren't those the ones that are full time but unlock on turning? Or something similar?
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i want a detroit.. theyre power driven. so basically with more force they just lock up. the jk has one in the rear. but the locker im looking at is a fulltime, locks the shafts together. and yea itll chirp
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wont it eat your tires in the process?
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eh.. probably more than an open diff but less than a spool. oh well. just gotta keep em rotated.
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Why not a selectable locker like an ARB AirLocker or an Eaton E-Locker(?)--best of both worlds and MUCH more livable everyday. You're going to have the rearend apart anyways.
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cause theyre a ton more money..
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I've always heard E-lockers are the best, but Detroit's are solid.

Also, Bitches like baths.
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that they do!!!
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Looks great man. I think it looks good with the 32's
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Looks tall. 32's don't look bad but 35's would look better
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maybe one day this week ill roll one of my 35s up to it and see how it looks.
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Why not a selectable locker like an ARB AirLocker or an Eaton E-Locker(?)--best of both worlds and MUCH more livable everyday. You're going to have the rearend apart anyways.
This is what I've been telling him.

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cause theyre a ton more money..
It is money well spent. Trust me. For a daily driver it is going to suck A$$. You will eventually hate life. It is money well spent. It's cool and different for rangers I suppose. Remember I was talking about doing it. No point for me. Stock is to nice. Ahhhhhh relaxing. lol

It's worth saving up for. You'll thank yourself in the long run.
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looks great man!! needs the bigger meats! just incase your looking for feedback on gears im running the 4.56's in my 8.8 with 35s and love em.. i know everyone recommends 4.88's but apparently they wouldnt fit in my torsen L/S so had to get 4.56's. they barely fit. lol truck still has tons of power and loved the difference regearing made
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I missed this thread. Truck looks great!
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thank you!
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Old 07-06-2012
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When you bump up to 35s are you going to stick with your 15s? I have always liked 35s on 17s for some reason. Truck looks awesome though. Maybe a little more rear lift IMO.
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pretty sure im gonna bump to 17s and bigger brakes. the 35s ive got are R17, and even if i dont run those ill still bump the rim size to 17.
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Hey so what type of wheels are you gonna run? more are less are they gonna be snazzy looking and you wont want to do hard core stuff anymore or you gonna get to ballin of wheels that you will be a B!tch and not go on the dirt? hahaha ;-)
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time will tell.. lol
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Uh huh...
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