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Has any one installed a locker in the rear of there T100? I know they make all the difference in the world and i was thinking about installing one in my 98 T100 4wd. Thanks.
 

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Has any one installed a locker in the rear of there T100? I know they make all the difference in the world and i was thinking about installing one in my 98 T100 4wd. Thanks.
I know a few have them over on 4X4Wire

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The install is the same for the tacos(nonTRD) and the tundras. What kind of locker were you planning on installing? Lock Right, EZ Lockers are the easiest and cheapest to install. ARB and Detroit are the most expensive.
 

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Iam not really sure what kind i want. There are so many out there, i was hoping someone could help me out. Not looking for a very expensive one. Thanks.
 

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How much off-roading do you do? How much money are you looking to drop into yer locker?

I picked up a Powertrax No-slip...just haven't put it in yet. ;)
 

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I'd suggest the Powertrax No-slip. It's the same as the Lockright Locker except, it's a bit more street friendly but cost about $100 more.

For the lockright locker, powertrax, or EZ Locker; if you do the install yourself, be sure to get new outer axle seals and o-rings. Cheap and easy change while you have the shafts out. If you have a shop do it, expect to pay about $300-$400 for labor.

Or you can pay me for 1/4 of that cost :D :devil:
 
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