Well, my phase 1 (compressor mounting, wiring and switches) of the ARB locker install works like perfection.
Phase 2 (rear locker install) not so good, had to order a new bearing. Everything was going as planed until it was time to remove the bearing on the ring side of the stock carrier; the tool that I had to use was not the correct one of the job. One of the claws (if you will) slipped and bent the cage of the roller bearing (not happy), called my man at Toyota and will have a new one on Tuesday. Iím hoping to have the 3rd ready to reinstall by Wednesday and by Thursday after bleeding the brakes and what not be done with the rear. There are other issues with measurements and shims that are just a pain in the ass to do it right, that's a whole new thread.
Good news... Skip your LockRight is in a Ziploc bag ready to go.
Last edited by 2Tense; 10-07-2006 at 07:24 PM.