Dana Super 44 ECTED MAX Selectable - Locker with 35 axle shaft splines from Auburn Gear Inc. ID9035
A revolutionary traction-technology product that provides you with a slectable limited slip or locker mode. In the "OFF" mode the unit performs as a limited slip differential. When selected "ON" the ECTED MAX become a locked differential. Ideal for the street or nastiest off-road terrain. Visit http://enjoythedrive.com/ for more sema videos.
ECOP from Automotive Test Solutions Inc. ID9748
The only ignition pickup that covers all types of ignition systems.
Attaches to the coil housing or the ignition wire capturing a clear
waveform. Visit http://enjoythedrive.com/ for more sema videos.
Protective Accent Molding from Cowles Products ID8801
Electric blue with stripes. Features close-up shots of the black and chrome
molding and injected molded end piece. Describes product features and
features photo of front bumper application. Back of package displays all
possible applications. Visit http://enjoythedrive.com/ for more sema
Jeep Drivetrain Winner: Installing Detroit Truetrac Differentials and Locker
You voted, and the winning Jeep drivetrain components are Detroit Truetrac
torque biasing differentials and rear Detroit soft locker. This
differential will split the torque so that it never locks up on you. Plus,
the Detroit lockers can handle the most severe off-road conditions. Check
it out as we show you how to install these Jeep differentials and lockers.
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ECTED Max Locker - Auburn Gear
See more exclusive info at http://www.idga.org/
Let's face it. There are some things you just can't do with original
equipment. That's way Auburn Gear makes the Ected Max Locking Differential.
Limited Slip Differential Fail!
This is just a couple of clips showing my Super Duty doing a little
2-wheeling. One front tire and one back tire receive the engine power
despite an OEM rear limited slip differential.
How to Install Dynatrac ProRock 44 Axles on a JK Wrangler
4-Axle-Housings-for-Jeep.aspx?t_c=12&t_s=237&t_pt=101298&t_pl=104940 - When
you run larger tires, over time it can have a negative impact on the axle.
That's why we've decided to upgrade our JK Wrangler to Dynatrac ProRock 44
axles. Here are step-by-step instructions on how to install these axles:
1. Remove outer knuckle and uninstall the factory axle
2. Align and install control arms
3. Reinstall oEM knuckle
4. Reinstall track bar
5. Install axle tube seals if desired
6. Reinstall coil springs
7. Reinstall Shocks
8. Attach sway bar end links
9. Connect drive shaft
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To get a Dynatrack ProRock 44 axle for your Jeep, head to www.4WD.com.
Find out which Differential is best for your needs. Informational video
includes Posi, Detroit Truetrac, Detroit Locker and ELocker.
98 XJ Build
1998 Jeep Cherokee XJ build
-Iron Rock 8" Long Arm Lift Kit
-Ford 8.8 rear axle
-Superior 4.56 Gears
-Super 88 and Super 30 Axle Kits
-Superior Axle Seals in Dana 30
-Auburn ECTED e-locker in 8.8
-EATON e-locker in Dana 30
-BF Goodrich T/A KM2 35x12.5xR15
Dana 35 Spartan Locker Installation.wmv
This video is a simplified installation of a Yukon Gear Spartan Locker in a
1998 Jeep Wrangler with a Dana 35 rear axle. Total install time was 2
hours. This is an excellent locker for both on and off-road applications.
It is both easy to install and is also easy on the pocket book. This is an
excellent product that will greatly increase the performance of your
vehicle. Easy installation.
How to change rear Differential Fluid (detailed version)
How to change your differential fluid, how to change diff fluid, Learn how
to change your rear differential fluid. In this process I unbolt the
differential cover (pumpkin cover) because there is no drain plug. Then I
make my own gasket with RTV because there is no gasket for this
differential. Only basic tools are needed and anyone could do this job.
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your car or truck in tip-top shape.
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