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Old March 3rd, 2012, 07:21 PM   #1
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Default What locker is this?

Its hard to see, but it has spider gears in there, at least one of which is stripped, leaving it constantly locked (unless a tooth sheared off and is wedged). If you have any ideas, let me know. I was told by the PO that this had lock rights front and rear. Clearly this isn't a lock right, its a full carrier type.

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Old March 3rd, 2012, 07:38 PM   #2
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May be a limited slip too, not sure at this point.
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Old March 3rd, 2012, 07:49 PM   #3
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Is that a D35? maybe an Auburn?
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It cold be an older detroit, but I'd have to see the other side of it.
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Old March 3rd, 2012, 08:01 PM   #5
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Sorry, should have mentioned this is in my TJ lp D30 with 4.10 gears.
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Old March 3rd, 2012, 08:02 PM   #6
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auburn is the closest looking thing i've seen, but the way the cross pins sit is totally different looking to me.
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its a limited slip, not a locker. Power Lock is my guess.

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Yeah, I had come to the conclusion that it wasn't a locker, that's the first picture I've seen that looks right, thanks for the help
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Anyone who knows where I can find spiders for this, let me know, I'm having trouble finding parts.
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are there markings on it? if so, post up. i have something VERY similar in my D44. deffinantly a LSD. maybe we can compare and get a definant answer on what they are.

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Its a Powerlock. I've got all my rebuild parts through DTS.
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Nobody shows spider gears for the Dana 30 power lok, would they be the same as a Dana 44?
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are you sure its dana30. thay make dana 27 back in the day. run axle numbers or the numbers on the powerlock to see what you have.
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came out of my tj dana 30 - yeah, i'm pretty sure its dana 30, lol. after a lot of searching, i've learned a few things.

dana no longer produces the power lok

yukon builds them for the dana 44 and a few others

nobody is currently producing replacement gears for the dana 30 power lok

clutch kits are available, but it seems the gear sets on these are the weak link, from the research I've done.
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that is in fact a powr-lok limited slip. spicer quit making them in 96 and sold the tooling to yukon nitro. the newer ones suck and are not the best quality. the cross shafts are the weak link. they tend to crack. the dana 27 powr-lok and the 30 powr-lok use the same clutches. you can put in extra clutches to make it more of a posi.
search e-bay and such they are out there but be patient. call R&P 4wd in Oregon talk to paul 1-503-557-8911 they might have parts for you. or call this number and ask for mike 1-612-309-3999 last i talked to him he had a dana 30 powr-lok with broken bolt maybe he would sell it to you for parts.
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