This is in the rear D44 of my Jeep. Time will tell how durable it is. The new 4 pinion design appears to be pretty strong... if the magnetic locking assembly holds up, this should be a great locker.
One important thing to be aware of is that the locker should only be engaged while stopped or barely rolling. It also will disengage (unlock) briefly when shifting from forward to reverse or vise versa, so be careful on the gas when changing direction.
i have a 2000 toyta tundra 4x44.7 it says 3.909 axle ratio, then thought i read it had a 30 spline the heard 27? is there a way to find out? i was about to order this part? but hate for it to be wrong or is there one that fits and do i need a new diff cover for it to fit?
rob from orlando, fl on
Thanks for the inquiry Phil88, the Performance Accessories 2 Inch Body Lift part # PER872 with this we would recommend maybe a 285/70/17 max.
from orlando, fl on
Swapping 69 f-150 running gear into my 2000 tj! High pinion frt 44, low pinion 9" rear! Is the correct p/n for my ford HP 44???
Rob. from on
Rob, that is the correct locker if its going into the high pinion dana 44.
Thanks for your question.
I am putting this in a 1991 isuzu rodeo with the 30 spline and was wondering where to buy or how to make a wiring harness for it.
Tyler from Salem, MO, United States on
They E-Locker comes with the wiring harness and switch included.
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