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Old April 2nd, 2014, 11:25 AM
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F&R ARB Air Lockers with 4.75 GBR R&P, Switches, Air Compressor, Air Line, Etc

This is a complete setup, front and rear ARB Air Lockers with switches, air lines & fittings.

4.75 GBR gears
ARB Air Lockers

Located in Raleigh, NC.

Gears appear to be tight with no slop, these were never abused on the trail.

Maybe 5,000 miles on the setup but, I cannot verify exactly how many miles.

This is drop in and go.

$2,250 OBO plus shipping or free delivery to Uwharrie Safari next weekend.


Respond here or via PM, or email me wilksbrosengineering@gmail.com for faster response.
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Old April 2nd, 2014, 11:41 AM
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Old April 2nd, 2014, 11:53 AM
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yes, 24 spline.

should fit 90, 110, DI, DII or RRC.

Also, willing to help assist within reason somebody who would like these RURR'd

I myself regularly make trips all across the state of NC, to VA, and sometimes to FL. We might be able to work something out but you may have to be patient if you want to go that route.
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Old April 2nd, 2014, 01:29 PM
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Gears appear to be tight with no slop, these were never abused on the trail.
Whose truck were these in??


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Old April 2nd, 2014, 03:06 PM
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Is the pinion gear/shaft an issue, strength wise? I might consider these and sell off my stock geared locked diffs...
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Old April 2nd, 2014, 04:00 PM
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I have the 4.11's in my disco with the 1.2 case running 35x13.50's and it is pretty close to too low on a dry dirt and rock climb. Unless you are going above 37"; with a 1.4 case 4.75's are going to be too much. Especially if you ever plan to hit 60mph again!
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Old April 2nd, 2014, 04:20 PM
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I have the 4.11's in my disco with the 1.2 case running 35x13.50's and it is pretty close to too low on a dry dirt and rock climb. Unless you are going above 37"; with a 1.4 case 4.75's are going to be too much. Especially if you ever plan to hit 60mph again!

You actually have your transfer case numbers backwards. 1.4 is not your typical Transfer case ratio and it's an under drive (i.e. 1.4 is lower than 1.2). Running 1.4 with 4.75 gears will be low, but would be really good for a trail truck. However, the more typical transfer case ratio is the 1.2 which if you're running 35' with the 4.75 gears is not a bad ratio and only a little lower than stock.
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Old April 2nd, 2014, 04:28 PM
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You actually have your transfer case numbers backwards. 1.4 is not your typical Transfer case ratio and it's an under drive (i.e. 1.4 is lower than 1.2). Running 1.4 with 4.75 gears will be low, but would be really good for a trail truck. However, the more typical transfer case ratio is the 1.2 which if you're running 35' with the 4.75 gears is not a bad ratio and only a little lower than stock.
I think he's saying 1.4 and 4.75s are going to be too low, and you'll be screaming at 60mph.
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I'm running 4.7s with a 1.22 tcase, and 255 KM2s (essentially 33s). Love it off-road, lots and lots of slow control and limited slipping on obstacles which likewise keeps you nice and in control. At 70mph I'm pushing 3350rpm's though...and can get up to 75 but let's just say that's faster than needed and just pushes the rpms past my comfort zone.

35s would be the ideal setup with this or similar gearing, as it would drop your rpms down to a slightly more manageable level. That said, I do like my gearing setup even on 33s and at this point would not change it for anything lower (maybe 4.43s, but I doubt it). I rarely - if ever - use 1st gear when "on the street"...starting in 2nd since everything is geared so low seems to be sufficient.
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Matt I would like to buy these lockers and gears today if the price is right.Please PM me with prices. Thanks Atom.
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Matt I would like to buy these lockers and gears today if the price is right.Please PM me with prices. Thanks Atom.
I dont understand... Do you want a shipping quote?

I posted the price in the op.

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I dont understand... Do you want a shipping quote?

I posted the price in the op.

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Matt, I emailed you this morning not sure if you got it...I was going to ask, are these diffs pegged/thrust-bolted?
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I've run the 4.10s w/ 1.4 and 35s and love it. However, running 35s and 1.2 now, hence the interest in this setup. But, still a little concerned about the durability of the 4.75s??
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I've run the 4.10s w/ 1.4 and 35s and love it. However, running 35s and 1.2 now, hence the interest in this setup. But, still a little concerned about the durability of the 4.75s??
Why concerned on the durability of the 4.75s? These are GBRs, not Series gears. I don't want to necessarily use the word "bulletproof" but they are probably damn close.
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Why concerned on the durability of the 4.75s? These are GBRs, not Series gears. I don't want to necessarily use the word "bulletproof" but they are probably damn close.
I agree. If they were set up right you should have no problems. Given GBR's rep you should be in good hands.
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I am well aware of GBR reputation, and have known Bill for 20 years, but compare a 4.11 to yours and see what I mean. I have seen a few folks find out the hard way- and once you pull someone out of the middle of Moab, you don't forget...
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