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Old December 15th, 2009, 05:18 PM
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Post by rickyr on Nov 22, 2006, 12:08pm

I have had my old D-60 locker sitting around for 3 years just collecting dust. I have renewed my interest in my M-715 lately, and want to install this locker.
I originally had it in the rear of my CJ-7, but had to go to 35 spline spool and axles, since the 30 spline wasn't strong enough.
It is a 4.10 carrier size, but I know that I can get a spacer and bolt set to compensate for the difference in ring gear thickness.
My question is, will this 30 spline locker work in my front?
Thanks, Ricky
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Re: Detroit for front
Post by robertcowan on Nov 22, 2006, 10:09pm

awful harsh setup. power lock or trac lock is far better in my opinion.
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Re: Detroit for front
Post by tacomainoh on Nov 22, 2006, 11:29pm

Doesn't matter one bit w/lockouts though... or your SC mud!!!

Run it!
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Re: Detroit for front
Post by kevins on Nov 23, 2006, 1:58am

I dont know if it will work, but I've had Detroits front and back on mine for a few years and it works very well in the snow, mud, Ice just be carefull around corners and its fine. I do have power steering so thats not an issue.
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Re: Detroit for front
Post by rickyr on Nov 23, 2006, 9:53am

Thanks for the info, so I guess it is the same carrier????
Yes, I do have locking hubs and power steering. I am used to lockers and their ill manners on the street.
We do have lots of mud and very little snow or ice.
I got the rear locker Monday, so I now have a weekend project when it quits raining..
Have a great Turkey Day.
Ricky
 

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