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.
Jeep Wrangler Dana 30 Front Differential Aussie Locker Install
A blow-by-blow video "diary" of a recent Torq Masters "Aussie Locker"
install into a '99 Jeep Wrangler Dana 30 front differential. Special thanks
to Tony Tosh and his Garage, Northridge 4x4, 4WheelDrive, Morris 4x4, ARB,
Lube Locker gaskets, Stu, and Shayne.
2011 ECT Offroad Southwest Crawlfest presented by Poison Spyder
ECT Offroad Southwest Crawlfest presented by Poison Spyder had nearly 300
vehicles on the Sand Hollow OHV Recreation Trails participating in a
clean-up and raffle for Land-Use. "We had another great turn out this
year," explained Steve Crabtree, Event Chairman. "It was a perfect weekend
for wheeling and it was fun to have everyone here enjoying the trails and
helping support keeping the land open so we can continue to have events
The event that took place January 14-16 featured a raffle with over
$45,000 worth of sponsor donated products. Proceeds from the event have
gone directly into supporting land use organizations including Blue Ribbon
Coalition, United Four Wheel Drive Association, Utah 4 Wheel Drive
Association, and Utah Shared Access Alliance who all had representatives on
site to educate. Companies like ECT Offroad, Nitro Gear and Auburn Gear
donated a front and rear axle set valued over $6,500. "I couldn't believe
it! I was so excited, I couldn't even say anything!" exclaimed grand prize
winner Steve from Arizona. Jason Minnoch from ECT Offroad added, "I am
stoked that someone that wanted and can use the axles won, it makes the
whole weekend even better!" Other large prizes included a YJ Armor package
valued over $2000 compliments of Poison Spyder, a complete suspension kit
from Tough Country, multiple bolt on accessories from Olympic4x4, iDeal
Offroad, Rad Motorsports and thousands of dollars in Gift Certificates from
"I have never wheeled here before and it was a lot like Moab, but a lot
different at the same time, some very challenging obstacles," commented
Larry McRae from Poison Spyder. There were thirteen fully supported and
trail-led outings from graded sight seeing trails, to the most extreme Utah
Red Rock trails for drivers to choose any ability and difficulty ratings.
"I thought one of the best features was there was a bypass for almost every
obstacle allowing anyone to join," said Mary Levenhagen from T&T Customs.
Sand Hollow is named after their amazing red sand. "Last year was my first
time in the sand, and this year I was really excited to come back and play
some more," said Rob Graft from Nemesis Industries.
The event included BBQ lunches by TexaSmoke Barbeque, a Spaghetti Dinner
Sponsored by TNT Customs, and an amazing dinner on Saturday night followed
by Charlene Bower interviewing sponsors and Del Albright from the Blue
Ribbon Coalition sharing some words of wisdom for life and conservation of
The big announcement on Saturday night was the addition of two Crawlfest's
this year: BFE Crawlfest in Moab, Utah in June, and a third Crawlfest in
Farmington, NM. Dates will be announced soon, please contact Steve
Crabtree if you are interested in participating.
Dana-20, independent axle operations, modifying shift-rails + limiting bracket.
How to modify Dana-20 shift rails for independent axle operation. This
modification provides protection against undesirable shift combinations
such as one axle in high with another in low. The modification provides
good protection, but is flawed in one particular shift combination. The
addition of a limiter bracket will solve this flaw and provide 100%
interlock protection with independent operation.
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.