Brute Force Devices For Rugged Applications, Best Value For Greatly Increased Traction, Complete Replacement Of Diff. Case Not Installation, Ring And Pinion Setup Not Altered, Installs Easily In Front/Rear Or Both, Proven In Most Demanding Applications
While many discount the reliability of a lunchbox locker, I have never witnessed any issues wheeling with the Lockright in my Dana 44 reverse rotation front axle ('79 Ford Bronco) and 35" tires. The unit provides relentless traction under all kinds of offroad conditions.
It does leave much to be desired when driving on road in snow/ice... being an aggressive locker it tends to pull in certain directions, but some experience driving with it can overcome that. Other less aggressive products exist, but not sure how durable they are in comparison.
By Shaker666 from Tucson, AZ; Vancouver, BC
Works good for the price
The lock-rite works great once you get it installed. But doing the install can be a pain depending on whether you have a solid front axle or the TTB IFS. On the TTB IFS you have to do the C-clip elimination. Not hard to do but it would be nice if the parts for the elimination came with it.
I have a '74 Bronco with a stock Dana 44 front. Do I have 30 spline axles? Does the gear ratio make any difference with this locker? I have 3.50's. Thanks.
Bob from Nampa, Idaho on
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RK from Nampa, Idaho on
I have a 2010 jeep jk Sport, will this work on my front axel? Specifications say its a Dana 44 both front and rear. I am running 35 inch duratracks with a 3.5 inch lift. I was wondering because I do more of the crawling aspect and wanted to lock my front before my rear. If this won't, what would work? On a little of a budget and I'm trying to keep it to not crazy expensive.
Jacob from Flagstaff on
Your sport would have a Dana 30 front axle which they changed 2007 and up.
Power Trax doesn't offer a locker for the 2007 and newer Dana 30's
Rody from Flagstaff on
Will this work for my front diff on my 79 bronco?
I drive it mostly on the street to get to my 4wheeling places.
I do moderate offroad use with my truck.
Also, what would be the part # ford my ford 9 " rear diff?
Alexlefin from Drummondville, Qc, Canada. on
Yes this is the correct Lock Right for the front of the Bronco. The rear Lock Rite would be part number PTX 1810-LR
Both units are in stock.
Rody from Drummondville, Qc, Canada. on