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    JK D30 3.73 - Do I have to remove the ring gear to remove the roll pin?

    It's for my 2010 jku. I'm gonna be installing a lokka (aussie) locker up front along with chromoly axles. I'm sure there are other threads on this but I can't find any. If anyone has a link to a lunchbox jk writeup, I'd appreciate it.

    edit: A thread I read says 3.21 clears the roll pin and 4.10's don't. what about 3.73?
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    It's an old write-up but here's one I did for my TJ back in the day. I was running 3.73 back then and had to remove the ring gear

    http://4x4xplor.com/aussielocker.html

    Not that big of a deal. I would be more worried about running a locker up front especially being that you live in Colorado.

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    Thanks, I saw that page. I thought the jk carrier was setup differently. I know some people that run Detroit's in the winter no problem, so I think it should be fine next winter
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