My truck is a 88 with 22re Ha I need some moor traction and don’t know a thing about lockers. I think the best wood be to do the front first sense it pulls the truck. Watts the cheapest way to go that works and does any won have a link that shows haw to do it. Thanks
Thank you DCM:thumbup: As for Seandnw and Fourwd1 the truth is I figured any won in matcher enough to make fun of someone because they cant spell must have a reel lo self esteem and wood feel special if they cud answer a question. You cold always say sorry I don’t now watt the cheapest way that will still work good is. But hay if it makes u feel better give your self a gold star
Any time. As for Seandnw and Fourwd1, they have good stuff in their posts (usually, but I haven't read them all).
Just bear with the snide remarks and learn what you can here, there's a lot of good info on the site.
I got nothing in the ass of my 83. I even have the spare tied to the cab. Tailgate's off. Fucking rust ate half the bed anyway, I can lift the bitch. But the rear is welded, which makes me in need of two tires every year and a half. I was carrying a lockable utility topper, and I leave shitties everywhere. IT isn't a bad way to go, even if it's your dd like mine. I'll keep it in two through the snow but even when it's bad, and I am in four, the truck stops nowhere I don't want it to. Cheap and easy, weld it.
Thanks I like the sound of that. Someone sed to do that when I first bought the truck. I tend to carry a fair bit of what from time to time (1/2 yard off rock lots of wood); would that be unbelievably hard to turn or cud I do it I cant seem to find any info on watt part to weld
The Detroit EZ locker only seems to be about $100 moor and as much people say the Aussie would be do the trick the Detroit seems far superior; so won I get the time I’ll throw won of them in the rear. Thanks for the help