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10-17-2006 11:48 AM
aussielocker
Aussie Locker

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Originally Posted by OregonYO
OK I have a Aussie and a clutch type locker. Which should I put in the front and rear? Welded fronts can be hard to drive, I dont want anything like that. This Pickup will see quite a few highway miles.
Thanks
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10-17-2006 09:59 AM
85f150dsel I would go locked rear and clutch up front just from my own pavment miles on my setup. I have a rebuilt LS upfornt with extra clutches and its a little bit of a PITA in the winter in 4wd and trying to make corners when turning into parking lots or roads as the front tends to push alot. But I can live with it for the better offroad ability
10-17-2006 08:57 AM
OregonYO
Clutch or Aussie in a front axle? best?

OK I have a Aussie and a clutch type locker. Which should I put in the front and rear? Welded fronts can be hard to drive, I dont want anything like that. This Pickup will see quite a few highway miles.
Thanks

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