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Re: 10-Bolt Aussie Lockers Available @ Independet4x [Re: islandracer] #778757 02/12/07 10:01 PM
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Re: 10-Bolt Aussie Lockers Available @ Independet4x [Re: Richard Saylor] #778758 02/16/07 04:11 AM
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I wonder if one of these would fit in the case of those nonstandard 98 Amigo 4.77's? Seems like a reasonable chance. But then again, this type of locker in a front application probably isnt a real good idea.
Andy

Re: 10-Bolt Aussie Lockers Available @ Independet4x #778759 02/16/07 04:17 AM
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Starchild Offline
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I wonder if one of these would fit in the case of those nonstandard 98 Amigo 4.77's?


I was wondering that exact thing <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />

I'm getting rid of my 98 Amigo 4.77's, but I also happen to have a spare carrier from the same application. It's worth a try. You can have it Matt, but you have to come to Uwharrie to pick it up <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/lol.gif" alt="" />

<img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />Andre


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Re: 10-Bolt Aussie Lockers Available @ Independet4x [Re: Starchild] #778760 02/17/07 04:43 PM
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deal..... <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


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Re: 10-Bolt Aussie Lockers Available @ Independet4x [Re: matthew] #778761 02/18/07 04:15 AM
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Nope, they won't fit the odd ball 98 carrier. I tried. The opening is physically too small to get the unit in where the spider gears had been.

Heres a pic of the size difference between my '98 Amigo "odd-ball carier" and the '99 Trooper part I used for the install. The difference is as much as it looks.
Trooper on the left, Amigo on the right
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One thing I am curious about though. It looks like the SOTF front ends are the same as the non SOTF units, and they just bolted the SOTF unit on to the end of the old housing. anyone know for sure?

-Mike

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Re: 10-Bolt Aussie Lockers Available @ Independet4x [Re: muskyamigo] #778762 02/19/07 01:50 AM
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Heres a pic of the size difference between my '98 Amigo "odd-ball carier" and the '99 Trooper part I used for the install. The difference is as much as it looks.
Trooper on the left, Amigo on the right


Well, it was worth a try. Were you able to use the standard carrier with the gears from the '98?

Still coming to Uwharrie Matt? <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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Re: 10-Bolt Aussie Lockers Available @ Independet4x [Re: Starchild] #778763 02/19/07 03:41 AM
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muskyamigo Offline
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Honestly, I didn't try. It was easy enough to find a front third member with the correct gears in it, so I use that and all of the parts that came with it (minus the odd TOD pinion flange)

From what I recall, I don't believe the 98 gears fit anything but the 98 third member.

Also I couldn't fit the standard third member in the 98 housing.

oh yeah, the cross shaft was also considerably smaller in the 98 differential.

-Mike

Last edited by muskyamigo; 02/19/07 03:47 AM.

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Re: 10-Bolt Aussie Lockers Available @ Independet4x [Re: muskyamigo] #778764 03/12/07 03:31 AM
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so where are all the 4x4wire guys who wanted Lockers?????



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we are about 1/2 way through the production run.......if you want one of these in your rig....GET YOUR ORDER IN!!!



12 bolts are pushing toward production......pretty excited about this one.... we have a good list of names going. Just call to get your name on there if you want the rear locker.

-matt


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Re: 10-Bolt Aussie Lockers Available @ Independet4x [Re: matthew] #778765 03/12/07 04:52 AM
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so where are all the 4x4wire guys who wanted Lockers?????



Right here, BUT...

The Trooper is MIA, and the ex has the 4wd.. so.. no need...

Chase


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Re: 10-Bolt Aussie Lockers Available @ Independet4x [Re: chasespeed] #778766 03/13/07 12:13 AM
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Wareagle Offline
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Matt: I'm in for a 12 bolt locker. I gave Bansil my welded and picked up an open from Jerry L. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" /> Mark


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