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    Quote Originally Posted by redneckboarder12 View Post
    why thank you :)
    Just say no to actually wearing the cheerleader outfit though...
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    sean im thinkin you wont like the answer to that one haha

    lori ill only wear it if you promise not to take pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by biteme06 View Post
    Were are you going to slide it??
    Ewww...
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    Quote Originally Posted by redneckboarder12 View Post
    sean im thinkin you wont like the answer to that one haha

    lori ill only wear it if you promise not to take pics
    Aww hell no! Pics = all the fun of that!
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    My Jeep is an automatic and I run the Aussie locker in it (front) - no issues whatsoever. It was clicking wicked loud for a while, then put a heavier grade of fluid in the diff and that seemed to get rid of it. Now I don't hear it at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redneckboarder12 View Post
    aussie just replaces the spider gears ring and pinion have no effect on it other than you might hafta take the ring off the carrier to put it in

    and sean yes i think they do make one for the 8.8
    I'm pretty sure with the 8.8 you need to have an open carrier first, so if it has an LSD you need to swap the carrier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROBZ95XJ View Post
    i dont notice any diffrent, ive had my mom drive my jeep and never notice it either
    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceFrog View Post
    My Jeep is an automatic and I run the Aussie locker in it (front) - no issues whatsoever. It was clicking wicked loud for a while, then put a heavier grade of fluid in the diff and that seemed to get rid of it. Now I don't hear it at all.
    thanks!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by skibum View Post
    JP or Peterson's ran a locker comparison a couple of months ago, but of course I can't find it now. Anyway, I thought I remember them saying that one of the lunchbox lockers installed way easier than the others because there were no springs. Anybody still have a copy of that comparison test?
    JP and yes I have it. The Aussie has springs just not doubled up like the others.

    Quote Originally Posted by skibum View Post
    OK, so I guess the consensus is that both Lock-Rite and Aussie are pretty good for the price. Now I've just got to figure out if either of them make one for the JK D44 (which is different than a TJ 44).
    Dave, I would go with the Aussie. I have heard better things about them.
    I had a PowerTrax "No-Slip" from Richmond(same company as that makes the Lock Right) and broke mine in less then a year and you have seen the way I wheel. My friends could not believe that I broke it and that I was very easy on it('99 Wrangler Sport).
    I had some other friends that broke the Lock Rights:
    One had a YJ wrangler-went through three of these then went to a Detroit and never had a problem.
    Another had a Toyota and ended up taking it out after a few months because it would not lock most of the time(just clicked), not to mentioned it was loud-banging(didn't bother him though) and found that it was broke as well.
    Richmond says that they are only good to 33's and that's what my buddies and myself had? I only ran BFG AT KO's, 10.5's, at street pressure! My friends had 33x12.5 mud terrain's.
    This is just my two cents to help you out and not meant to bash Richmond, Lock Right, or PowerTrax or to say buy an Aussie either or a Detroit for that matter.
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    first of all my jeeps a auto. Ive had an aussie for about half a year and love it. i bought one for the rear 8.8 too. i cant even hear mine click.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redneckboarder12 View Post
    but please do us all a favor and dont lock the d35, that just greatly increases its chances of breaking
    I'm not planning on slapping 35" tires on it and driving it like a bat outta hell or expecting it to run the Rubicon. People in the Jeep world are all extreme doom and gloom if anything is the jeepforum-approved and preferred solution.

    Gotta research it more, but I'm sure it would be fine with 31" tires and easy driving which is all my 200,000mi on the odometer TJ can handle.

    And if it breaks that would be a good reason to upgrade to d44 now wouldn't it.

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    itll be fine open with 31s

    and yes when it breaks you shuould upgrade
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    man, there is just way too many Mods I want to do to my rig this winter.

    I need to winner a small lottery.

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