Fitment: Universal Fit The Eaton ELocker4 is an electronic, selectable differential designed for drivers that need traction on-demand. At the flip of a switch, drivers can go from open to 100-percent locked and back again. The 4 pinion gear design provides added strength and capability for more extreme vehicles, and features the fastest enga...
The Spare Tire Lift Option For Cargo Locker . This is one of the many Cargo Locker Options available and may be included in any special order Cargo Lockers. These items are done at the Cargo Ease Factory. Details: The Spare Tire Lift Has Hydraulic Shocks to Help Raise The Locker To Get To The Spare Tire; Other Options Include. Slide Mount Bracket
Jun 25, 2010 · I know that the Lexus LX470/Toyota Landcruiser, Land Rover LR4 both have front locking difs on the fly, granted I don't know the setup on the Raptor XT but I would think it would be an e locker. I don't think that there would be an issue with ford offering this as an option or an upgrade for those that want it.
Re-use the factory E-locker spur gear; Engage your locker in 2WD and 4WD high range; Stainless steel to withstand the elements; Anodized aluminum to preserve the look; The main shaft, which will take most of the torsion load, is made from heat treated, stress relieved, ground and polished 4140 Acralloy steel.
Yukon Performance Parts Ford Factory E-Locker for 10.5″ 2011-2015. $2,027.17. Yukon Gear & Axle manufactures a full line of top quality small parts to complete any job including ring gear bolts, crush sleeves, pinion nuts and washers, axle studs, thrust washers and much, much more. For all your differential small parts needs, look no further than Yukon.
Locker mode refers to an environment such as a club, hotel, or school where the user selects a temporary code for access to a given locker or storage unit. Station or locker mode is specified at the time of order. The lock can be switched between the two modes.
probably fine. A limited slip doens't work like a locker, there is still slippage and with zero traction as on ice what you described may be normal. You could probably help by applying the E-brake just enough to reduce the spin of the loose tire to transfer torque to the stationary one. * * * Matt Macchiarolo '02 F250 SD Crewcab '00 TJ Sport ...