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Running a 86+ Housing with a 96 Cruza Hi-Pinion 3rd.

Anyone have an exploded view of the e-locker? I waited 3 months for the "cable actuator" from Downey and finally said screw it. So, Do i build the relay box? shift it over to spool? or what? Any info you guys have would be cool.

Anyone in the Portland, OR area wanna swap rear axels? I'd be happy with a lo-pinion Detroited rear with 4.10's or so.
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K, I think I answered most of my own questions. To manually actuate it you pull the actuator and move the collar with a screwdriver?????

Anyone use the Inchworm harness? I want to keep it simple.
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hey i live in vancouver. and have an axel or two to trade. call me . 360-903-4097
 

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No shop sucks!

Only catch is that I just moved here and have no garage. My perches are different widths and my wrap bar would need to be cut off my axel and put on the new one.......
 

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Have you been running a high pinion in the rear?:confused:
 

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The inchworm kit is easy to copy, its just trailer cable, a toggle switch and a LED. In fact i have a parts list and wiring diagram for it. Its really easy to install. let me know if you want me to email it to you..
 

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cord318 said:
Short wheelbase, it works, haven't any problems, it's different, etc.
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Well, it's not THAT different....I had a high pinion E-locker in my flatty for the last 4 or 5 years, and I know Sam from SRC is running one as well.

It does work, but I always wondered when I was gonna break it. (never did, but now I have a low-pinion with a longer wheelbase so I won't worry so much)
 
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