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Old 08-17-2005, 11:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Anybody have aussie lockers in there rig?

I have been looking for some lockers and my friend told me about aussie lockers. I went to their web site and everytime I try to access the Dodge search my computer goes to some wierd page but every other selection works fine. So my question is if they make them and if so how do they work on the trail and street?
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do they make a chrysler 9.25 aussie?
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Just installed on yesterday in an 8.8" ford. The install went pretty smooth, and it works great. It was shipped very fast too.
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so the install went smooth have you tested it at all? They PM'ed me and said that the
chrysler line was on hold do to some problems. I have a dana 44 up front so I was wondering if I could just get one that way, or if they are model specific? Thses may be stupid Question sorry. I haven't done that much axle work on american rigs. A couple spools in 9" rears and one 8.8" and a couple of weld jobs on some luvs that's all though.
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so the install went smooth have you tested it at all? They PM'ed me and said that the
chrysler line was on hold do to some problems. I have a dana 44 up front so I was wondering if I could just get one that way, or if they are model specific? Thses may be stupid Question sorry. I haven't done that much axle work on american rigs. A couple spools in 9" rears and one 8.8" and a couple of weld jobs on some luvs that's all though.

i know they have a 30 spline d44 aussie, and the price is awesome, i was just wondering if they had one for a 9.25 chrysler, since i like to drive to and from the trail, and a welded diff is a little much for me right now.
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i've got a friend that runs one in a 94 dodge d44 (~6k lb. rig). seems to be pretty strong, he's snapped a few shafts and joints with it. install was just like any other "lunchbox" locker and street/trail manners are comparable.
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