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  1. So I got rid of the street comanche a few months back as you all are aware of. I sold my immaculate XJ as well the other day, for this. Its a 1990 Comanche pioneer, it has the metric tonne package. Its got a locked D44 rear and d30 front with chromolys and geared to 4:10. It is dark blue, it's got custom metalcloak TJ long arms up front with there 6" coils. SOA in rear and all around a 5-6 inch lift. Now the major stuff: Built LM7 5.3 from a 2005 silverado with just under or around 400HP. A built 700R4 and a new/rebuilt NP241 T-Case. All the swap was done using Novak adapt parts and painless harnesses. It still needs some work, its not 100% done or perfect. But here we go on round 2 of an MJ for me.
  2. I've recently purchased a D44 for the rear of my MJ, which will probably be getting an auto locker (like an Aussie locker) however, right now I'm more concerned about the front. From how I understand the AWD functionally will effectively be useless. because as you round a corner the outer wheel moves faster which would cause the locker to activate. so my question is: Am I right, or is there something I have overlooked? Thanks in advance any input is appreciated.
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