Auburn Gear Dana 44 30 Spline 3.73 Down Ected Max Selectable Locker - 545018 |

Auburn Gear Dana 44 30 Spline 3.73 Down Ected Max Selectable Locker - 545018

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  • Auburn Gear | Part Number: AUB545018
  • Popular Axle Manufacture:Dana
  • Axle Location:Front|Rear
  • Axle Type:Dana 44
  • Fitment:Universal Fit
  • Axle Spline:30 Splines
  • Differential Type:Selectable Locker


Command Your Traction. The ECTED Max is two traction enhancing differentials in one: A full-time Limited Slip PLUS a Full Locking differential activated by an in-vehicle switch. Operator selection can be done on-the-fly at moderate speeds, going from limited slip to full spool with the flick of a switch.

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3 Answered questions

Q: On the electronic locking units where and how do you run the wires out of the rear end housing? This is on an 07 ford f250 Answer this question

A: Thanks for the question. Auburn Gear Dana 44 30 Spline 3.73 Down Ected Max Selectable Locker AUB545018 You are going to have to drill a small hole in the top of the housing. Thank you.

Answered by RK on 12/27/2014

Q: Will I need a switch or does it come with one. Will my 2013 jk go in to limp mode? When I'm in 4low. Is there anything else I'm going to need. Can I use my 3:21 stock gears. Answer this question

A: Hi Dave The Eaton E locker will come with a switch and will not put your 2013 JK int a limp mode in 4 Low Only the Rubicons go in a crawl speed limited mode when the lockers are activated. Thank You

Answered by Stevie on 06/17/2014

Q: I will be regearing my 2012 from 3.21's to 4.88's this spring, I'd like to run this locker in the rear dana 44 with the stock 30 spline shafts. Will I need anything else? This states for 3.73 and down gears, are they meaning numerically "lower" ? Will I be able to run this locker with my 4.88's? Answer this question

A: Robbie- Thanks for asking. The Auburn Dana 44 30 Spline 3.73 Down Ected Max Selectable Locker will run 3.73 and numerically lower so it will not be able to run 4.88 gears.

Answered by DP on 12/22/2013


Auburn Gear's differentials are produced from design to production in their 250,000 sq. ft. plant in Auburn, Indiana. Auburn Gear has been in the manufacturing business in the United States for 60 years. Before making differentials for Jeeps, Auburn Gear manufactured for the busing, aerial lift, agricultural, mining, forest, marine and heavy construction industries. In addition to the plant itself, Auburn Gear's property includes 44 acres. So when they design differentials, they actually install them in Jeeps and then drive them around the trails on their own property to see how they perform. This is how Auburn Gear brings customers excellent quality and we proudly carry many of their products. Shop Auburn Gear Now