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Old March 2nd, 2009, 04:27 PM
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E-locker for LR diff

Interesting auction:

Ebay item number 290280364436
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Old March 2nd, 2009, 04:37 PM
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Very cool, but no way in hell would I pay any money for the privilege of fitting an engineering test mule to my vehicle. No warranty, nuttin'.
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Old March 3rd, 2009, 08:57 AM
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Let's see...$600 broken and undertested or $800 brand new fully tested?...
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Yeah the price is too high. Also odd that it is a single pin carrier whereas most of the other units on the market use an uprated two-pin design.

Really just pointing out the auction because it is interesting to me that this is in development. I would not suggest anyone actually buy this for that price.

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Very cool, but no way in hell would I pay any money for the privilege of fitting an engineering test mule to my vehicle. No warranty, nuttin'.
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Old March 3rd, 2009, 11:44 AM
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Yeah it is pretty cool.
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totally agree, I've been drooling over the dana 60 e-locker for the sals.
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totally agree, I've been drooling over the dana 60 e-locker for the sals.
Now you have my attention. How much are they running? I'd love to get a selectable locker for the salisbury. Are they any cheaper than the ARB, and do they make them to take the LR axle shafts or do you actually have to use an aftermarket 30 or 35 spline shaft?
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Ring up Keith at Rover Tracks - he's the resident expert. I think the Eaton e-locker diffs run around 800 bucks, but of course you don't have to buy a compressor and install that too. I don't know what spline patterns are available. I'm really thinking about the e-locker after my truck is restored.
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