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Thread: Lunchbox Lockers?

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    Oh come on Dave we could have a drifting comp.
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    im all locked up,can i play

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    Quote Originally Posted by NHstomper View Post
    Oh come on Dave we could have a drifting comp.
    20 years ago (OK maybe 5 years ago) I'd have been all over that, now I just want to get where I'm going with no drama.

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    gettin old

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger Dave View Post
    gettin old
    Ain't that the truth. :ack

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    Quote Originally Posted by NHstomper View Post
    Old thread but heres my question....on snow covered roads I will throw it into 4hi sometimes. What happens if its locked in front with a luchbox and running this way?? Is that asking for trouble??
    You probably have the 231 part time transfer case, so I would only run it in snow covered/slippery road condition, because they are not meant to be run on the road like a full time transfer case.

    As for the locker, I would not(yes it is fun-if you have the room). Having one tire no spin is what keeps you anchored to the road and still be able to steer. This is why the new vehicles do not have them and if the do, they are selectable and usually have to lock the rears first, if they even have a front.

    Just my two cents....do as you will.
    Traction, articulation, and gearing make a good off-road rig. Just a big lift, wide mud tires, and a winch simply do not.
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