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Old 10-01-2018, 02:44 PM
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I am selling a new-in-box TJM(Aussie) air locker kit. It fits 24 spline axles for RRC/D1 and possibly Defender(?).

Kit number is TJM-168PL07. Includes air lines, electrical and new carrier bearings.

Asking $750

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Old 10-05-2018, 06:47 PM
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Still available. Offers welcome.
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Updated price:

$600

Super deal for a good air locker!
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Is there a reason this would not fit on a D2?
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Is there a reason this would not fit on a D2?
That's a good question. I've seen this kit advertised for RRC/D1/D2 but I'm not sure how similar the carriers are between RRC/D1 and D2.
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Is there a reason this would not fit on a D2?
That's a good question. I've seen this kit advertised for RRC/D1/D2 but I'm not sure how similar the carriers are between RRC/D1 and D2.

Someone on here may be able to elaborate more on this.
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The carriers are not identical, but equivalent. The bearing caps on a D2 have nice alignment dowels that make assembly easier, and the housings on a D1 are thicker in the mounting plate area. No differences that would impact swapping differentials.

I've got direct experience on this - I have Ashcroft lockers in my D2, and I'm running a D1 housing in the rear. They're interchangeable.
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The carriers are not identical, but equivalent. The bearing caps on a D2 have nice alignment dowels that make assembly easier, and the housings on a D1 are thicker in the mounting plate area. No differences that would impact swapping differentials.

I've got direct experience on this - I have Ashcroft lockers in my D2, and I'm running a D1 housing in the rear. They're interchangeable.
Great info! Thank you.
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