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Old November 12th, 2013, 02:10 AM   #21
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i prefer locked in the rear in the winter.

way more predictable
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I have a Bronco II running 8.8 rear/Dana 35 front. 4.0L OHC w/ built A4LD. I've had Aussie in the rear for 3 years and wouldn't trade for love nor money. Yes they will step out on occasion, but nothing serious. Bottom line, this unit has never failed me, and I've gone some serious 4 wheeling with it. Highly recommended and the price is right!

BTW, I do plan to score a front Aussie for my Dana 35 TTB. (XD-13527) I have lock outs so if there is an issue I can isolate the front end.

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