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I'm installing dual lockers on my 86 Yota, and just to stop you all from freaking on me, it's a trail only rig and it's already locked in the rear. I just up graded my rear end and tranny to the turdo units and decided that I'm going to install these lockers myself. There mechanical lockers so it won't be to bad. I was told that if I marked every thing that it would go smooth, but a break down from some one that has done one would be great. I'm afraid that I'll over look something!!

Any help would be appreciated!!!!! :whatthe:
 

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They're drop in's, and I have a book that tell's me a little bit, not as detailed as I would like. I'ts a detroit for the front and a Lock-Rite for the back. I had a detroit in the back before and it was one of the best up grades I've ever done to one of my rigs.
 

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I don't have the tools that are needed to dig that deep and I squeeze my money really tight. If it blows I have a back up rear with a locker already installed. I want to do it as cheep as possible. this truck has been rolled 3 times, and looks like it. It,s all trail damage that I've inflicted and I have under $700 into her and thats including the lockers and the 22R-TE parts truck.

I'll be away for the next 4 days abusing my toys, I'll do any needed replys next monday on the clock. wish me luck.

The only reason that she's been rolled three times is because she likes her belly scratched.
 
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