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Over a year ago I had the ARB air locker installed in my Chrysler 8.25

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They told me to get the right bolts for my RuffStuff diff cover, hmm still need to do that. lol

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After installing an on board air system, with the exception of running the power line and my trip to Big Bear California where I got to use a pair of ARB air lockers I decided to go with a dedicated ARB air compressor for the lockers (still have one to install) and use the on board air for airing up the tires. Still gotta run that power line. The real hard part is connecting to the overhead switch panel.

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Well color me impressed! No leaks and worked great, or so I thought. Monday morning when I headed to work I was locked. Parking garage was especially fun. I now know a new way to slow down with breaks, just lock the rear and start doing "S" turns. Turns out the solenoid is directional, didn't see anything about it in the instructions. I pulled the air line so I could get unlocked for the drive home, then at home I flipped the solenoid over and did a bit of testing. Locks and unlocks now, but I did find out that even unlocked the ARB doesn't unlock instantly, left/right axle torque needs to be the same, a.k.a. driving in a straight line. Makes sense, but didn't know it until I was able to toggle the lock.

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Here's how I ran the air line. What you can't see is the 1/2" split loom that is run from the solenoid all the way back near where the extended brake line connects to the unibody. I don't think I really needed the loop but I thought I'd go with trying to keep the line in a gentle curve and straight into the pumpkin.

Heading to Gilmar this weekend to Barnwell to try everything out. Cold front hits day before, so I think I'll make it without overheating on the driveway!!!