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Just sold my old car so I now have a bunch of money to spend on the truck and I want to order up a Powertrax Lock-Right for it. I have an open 9.25 rear end, and I was wondering if the Lock-Right for any 9.25 Chrysler would work? They have them on ebay for $355 shipped, but it doesn't say what years or models or anything. All it has listed is-Dodge Chrysler 9.25" 12 Bolt Spline Count: 31 Differential type: Open. Would this work for me or no? And is there anywhere cheaper to get these or the No-Slip's?

My plans are to get this, intake, and exhaust for mods. I also NEED to get tires, brakes, and sometime soon CV shafts and a fuel pump, so I am trying to keep the costs down and get as much ordered as I can with the $2000 I have to spend.

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Just sold my old car so I now have a bunch of money to spend on the truck and I want to order up a Powertrax Lock-Right for it. I have an open 9.25 rear end, and I was wondering if the Lock-Right for any 9.25 Chrysler would work? They have them on ebay for $355 shipped, but it doesn't say what years or models or anything. All it has listed is-Dodge Chrysler 9.25" 12 Bolt Spline Count: 31 Differential type: Open. Would this work for me or no? And is there anywhere cheaper to get these or the No-Slip's?

My plans are to get this, intake, and exhaust for mods. I also NEED to get tires, brakes, and sometime soon CV shafts and a fuel pump, so I am trying to keep the costs down and get as much ordered as I can with the $2000 I have to spend.

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Don't get it, they're junk in our rear ends. HSKR is only who's had any success with them. And I think, at this point, he wouldn't admit to any issues if he had them. Everyone I know that used one of those in a Dak has taken it out. Mine's coming out as soon as I can afford a detroit locker. powertrax is junk, seriously.
 

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I've seen enough people talking about them to see that the postive reviews FAR outweigh the negatives, and I'm not looking to spend anymore then 3-400 on it, and want something I can do myself easily. So I'm sticking with the Powertrax.
 
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