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Old November 19th, 2009, 09:25 AM   #1
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Default Yukon Dana 30 Spartan Locker

Has anyone ever had any experience with these? I ordered one yesterday and was just curious. From the sound of it they are stronger, is easier to install and comes with a couple extras that others dont.
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Old November 19th, 2009, 09:53 AM   #2
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I am about to install one today in a D44.

As far as extras, all I see is it comes with the large pin for the carrier and the roll pin that secures it. Easier....all lunch box lockers are about the same.

I am replacing a broken lock right that was already in the carrier.

FWIW its not my carrier or my locker I am just doing the install.
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Curious to see how it will hold up. The pins give the impression of being larger then lockrights or Aussie. But the pins in fact are hollow. The the spot where the abuse will take place on the pins is the smallest diameter of the pin itself. The pins have a groove so you can hold the pin into the locker half when assembling it. Then once installed, you pull the pin and it releases the locking pin. The spring that holds the outward pressure in the locker is what sits inside the hollow pin.
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