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    Nothing but a Thing desertrunner's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC Wrangler View Post
    I’m going a slightly different route based on Exodus Jeeps’ recommendation and doing some reading of my own. I’ll be putting an air actuated Ox Locker in my OE Sport 44 rear and the same setup in the Dynatrac PR44 up front, hopefully in a couple weeks.

    What I like about the Ox air setup is there are no internal locker seals that can fail and they also offer a “drive away” device. Basically, if your air source fails you can manually lock or unlock with this gadget. Seems cut and dry to me, but this will be my first privately owned vehicle with lockers.
    Just curious, because I read up on these when I was in the market as well, don't these operate via a fork that is attached to the diff cover? Not sure you can get an OX locker that will go in a PR44 because of that.
    I also could be completely wrong but I think that's why I ultimately didn't look much into those lockers.
    Edit: watched the video and confirmed that yeah these operate with the diff cover fork which is cool for stock axles, with the PR44 though not an option
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