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Ox D60-410-35 Locker For 35 Spline Dana 60 Axle for 4.10 and Numerically Lower Gear Ratio

Catalog #: 16100.4511
Ox Part #: D60-410-35
Description
Locker on demand! OX Off Road now has three great ways to engage and disengage their locker systems. The Ox Lockers are made from some of the strongest materials produced here in the USA. Included with the OX lockers is one of the most rugged heavy duty differential covers on the market, with a lip free design to protecting your vehicle and gears from trail hazards. . A four pinion design is used doubling the strength of internal gears. Our special back cut locking gear design ensures your locker stays engaged even under extreme torque loads. You have the control at your finger tips. Shift Actuation Systems and Cables are required and purchased separately.
Made in USA.
Details

The thick machined differential cover material acts as a platform from which the fork engages the locker and its super tough design protects your pumpkin from trail hazards. There's also a threaded drain plug to simplify fluid changes. The Ox Locker System is aircraft quality CNC machining at it's finest. This technology has withstood the test of time in rigorous off-road conditions and is now available to the consumer. The Ox Locker System will engage every time on demand. Shift Actuation Systems and Cables are required and purchased separately. Made in USA.

  • 100% MADE IN THE USA.
  • Lockers are made of 8620 forged and heat treated steel.
  • Four spider gear design on all OX Lockers.
  • Forged Steel Ramped Differential Cover.
  • “Back Cut” gear tooth design for locking ring and locking gear.
Installation Notes
Installation Difficulty:
Level 3Advanced
Installation Time: 3-5 hours
Parts Included

OX Locker
OX Differential Cover
Shift Actuators and Cables are sold Separately!

  • Axle Model: Dana 60
  • Axle Position: Front, Rear
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