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    ok, I'm new and all but I was looking for someone to point me in the right direction for some air lockers, I got the cash (re-enlistment bonus ) and I got the O.K. from the boss (wife lol) I just need to know what everyone recommends. I have a local 4Wheel parts store, but I have a feeling they would rather sell me the most expensive one. Also, I'm not against electric lockers if folks have had good luck with 'em. I have an 06' unlimited with the stock axles. Looking for front and rear and I believe I could install them at the auto hobby shop. Just want best for the money. Thanks in advance!

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    for Air ARB;s are your only option. but there are tons of lockers out there depending on what you are looking for
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    the type of locker really depends on what you want to do and how much you drive on pavement air lockers are great and the electric are too but with both of them you can loose your ability to lock your axle on the trail if somthing shorts out or your compressor shits on you, there is automatic lockers like detroit they are great if you mainly use it on the trail they can be kinda harsh on your tires on the road

    if you have the money to spend i say go with the arb air locker

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    PM one of our vendors and see what they can do for you. After that, shop around to ensure it's the best price. Our vendors are pretty awesome at hooking us up though....

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    You should also consider the OX locker which is cable.

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    I'd recommend ARB air lockers. Although, when you get them, switch out the air lines for something better (they're a bit on the weak side).

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