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Auburn Gear 544919

MAX Lock Locker DANA 60

Auburn Gear 544919
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Auburn Gear 544919 MAX Lock Locker DANA 60 $401.99
MAX Lock Locker
  • DANA 60
  • 10-Bolt
  • 35-Spline

  • Specifications:

    Position
    Front Or Rear
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    544919

    Auburn Gear's MAX Lock Locker is an automatic full locker that optimizes traction for both 2WD and 4WD vehicles all the time. Even in the most unforgiving conditions, MAX Lock Lockers enhance transfer of power to the wheels, react quickly to changing road conditions, and eliminate wheel spin so you can drive with confidence.

    Does Auburn Gear 544919 fit your vehicle?

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    Year: 2001
    Make: DODGE
    Model: RAM 2500 VAN

    1999-2002 DODGE RAM 2500 VAN

    • CC: 5211
    • Liter: 5.2
    • SubModel: BASE
    • CUI: 318
    • EngineType: V8 ( 5.2 L / 318 )

    1999-2002 DODGE RAM 2500 VAN

    • Liter: 5.9
    • SubModel: BASE
    • CUI: 360
    • EngineType: V8 ( 5.9 L / 360 )

    2001 DODGE RAM 2500 VAN

    • Liter: 3.9
    • SubModel: BASE
    • CUI: 239
    • EngineType: V6 ( 3.9 L / 239 )

    1999-2002 DODGE RAM 2500 VAN

    • CC: 5211
    • Liter: 5.2
    • SubModel: BASE
    • CUI: 318
    • EngineType: V8 ( 5.2 L / 318 )

    Does this product change from a limited slip into a solid axel the more gas you give it?

    Asked by: Redted93
    Yes, turning at slow speed will allow the unit to unlock so the outside axle can turn faster, under hard acceleration the axles will lock so the both turn together.
    Answered by: Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2017-09-10
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