Axleboy Off-Road and ARB are locking up the savings with two great promotions!
The Axle Rebuilders at St. Louis' Axleboy Off-Road install an ARB air Locking differential into a Toyota 8" drop out.
St. Louis Yukon Gear and Axle Distributor introduces Chrysler 8.25" Spartan Locker! Starting at $374! Shipping Now! Features:
Yukon Gear and Axle and Axleboy Off-Road are proud to announce the much anticipated release of Yukon's Dura Grip 4 Spring Positraction differential for Dodge and Chrysler 9.25" rear axles! The 31 spline Yukon Duragrip uses a nodular case and forged 4320 internals for added strength along with composite clutches for high performance and long life. All units are Rebuildable and many offer upgrades to increase aggressiveness for racing applications. Each unit carries a one year warranty against defects.
Currently in stock and shipping from our Washington Distribution Center!
AMC Model 20 ARB air locking differential RD186
Superceding the RD60, the RD186 incorporates the latest 2-piece Airlocker design features including:
• Patented 'timed' locking mechanism offers high strength and ultra fast unlocking.
• Steel reinforced, elastomer bonded annular seal, designed to handle the most extreme climatic temperatures on earth.
• Patented 2-piece design offers a range of interchangeable side gears (sold separately) to integrate with non- standard axle shaft splines.
• Comprehensive photo illustrated installation and service guides.
Good news! Yukon Grizzly lockers now have an unconditional 1 year warranty on the locker and up to $2000 collater damage warranty!
New ARB Air Lockers
Over the last few months ARB’s team of Air Locker
engineers has been hard at work developing new
product to further expand the already large range
An ARB Air Locker is a driver controlled replacement
locking differential that essentially ‘locks’ the two front
or two rear wheels so they don’t turn independently.
When a standard vehicle experiences a loss of
traction, power is automatically sent to the path of least
resistance (usually the wheel with little or no traction),
resulting in no forward movement. However, when an
This JK rubicon didn't want to disengage the front locker on the trail. We removed and dissassembled the factory electric locker and found heavy wear patterns in the holes the actuator tabs go through. This vehicle had about 10k miles on it. The locker is not serviceable in any way short of replacement, so we had to install a whole new locker.
Brian installs this stage 4 ATS 47re into a cummins powered Dodge, the customer opted for billet shafts and coverter, controller, pan, the whole package. Brian installed a Detroit locker to put it all to the ground.
It is a common misconception that 4x4 and traction go hand in hand. The truth is that most 4x4 vehicles send power to the wheels with the least amount of traction once difficult terrain is encountered. The problem is simple – when one of your vehicle’s wheels loses traction, your highway minded factory differential directs all of your vehicle’s power to those spinning wheels. On road, the standard differential allows each of your wheels to turn independently thus eliminating any binding during turns.