Lock Right Locker - Part 1: How it works [HD]
This is my explanation, as I understand it, for how the Richmond Lockright
works. This is model 1830-LR which in Part 2 I'm going to install in my
1998 Ford Ranger 2WD which I often use for Off-Roading Mudding, etc...
See Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTKnGRNzigA
How to tell if your car or truck has a limited slip differential
This video shows you how to tell if your rear wheel drive car or truck has
a limited slip differential, and also what gears it has. It is quick and
all you do is read the tab on the differential pumpkin, or lift the rear
and spin the tires... While moving one tire by hand, If the tires move in
the same direction (or one doesnt move), it means that it is most likely a
limited slip (posi traction) rear end. A limited slip rear uses a special
additive to the gear oil when you do a gear-oil change, and it is necessary
or damage could occur. An open differential (like the one in the video)
does not use the special additive and the tires spin in opposite directions
when one tire is spun.
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Mudbogging Ard at Freizeitpark Mammut in Germany during the international
Suzuki 4x4 meeting 2007.
Lock Right Locker - Part 2: Install in Ford Ranger [HD]
This is how I installed my Richmond Lock Right. Includes how I solved the
pin removal problem, and the grinding of the ring gear. I can't say I did
it correctly, or that you should do it like this. This is model 1830-LR
which I install in my 1998 Ford Ranger 2WD which I often use for
Off-Roading Mudding, etc...
This is going to be a similar procedure on most cars and trucks, and nearly
identical for Ford Mustang
V6 which uses the same exact part number.
See Part 1 for my explanation of how it works:
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