Justice, if you look at one of the earlier pictures you can see where the circlip stops inside the spacer where the splines run out.

Actually, the spline engagement is about the same when you consider the .010" more slack in the axle end play, increased by the difference in chamfer length. It's probably slightly more spline engagement, but some of the engagement length is in the spacer - which isn't pinned to the axle gear.... it's just along for the ride.

All-in all, I think there's a little less spline engagement strength in the Aussie Locker. So, they are trying to get as much stregth as they can in a crowded location and I think it would not be wise to lengthen the chamfer.

Frank


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