Just Got the OX Lockers Installed

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Having a heck of a time finding an outside vendor to sell Ox. Seems Roxor has exclusive right to sell Ox. Help??
 
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I just ordered today. Paid $889 lockers, $88 manual shifter, $97 cable and $98 install kit. Starting out with rear axle only. Got free ship and no sales tax.

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John in “gears”
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I Put the ox manual locker on the front and it works awesome! Don't know if i'll do the rear since it;s doing what i wanted. I had a Sparten on the front...anybody body wants one, i'll give it to you cheap!
 
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I Put the ox manual locker on the front and it works awesome! Don't know if i'll do the rear since it;s doing what i wanted. I had a Sparten on the front...anybody body wants one, i'll give it to you cheap!
Looking at adding lunch box lockers. what was the disappointment with the spartan. man its a mine field tying to figure what to do roxer will be used in far west texas fall of the year then at the farm in east texas the rest.
Thanks Carl
 
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Looking at adding lunch box lockers. what was the disappointment with the spartan. man its a mine field tying to figure what to do roxer will be used in far west texas fall of the year then at the farm in east texas the rest.
Thanks Carl
Carl, The Sparten worked, but it drove me crazy with the real hard mechanical engagement/disengagement. Feels and sounds like the axle is twisting off with loud clunks and BANGS! On curves, especially asphalt, it will would yank the steering over and about pull you off the road. Driving got to be a workout. Everybody i talked to and read about say this normal. In silt, sand and the desert mountains i drive in it did work, but i'm glad i switched to the Ox with manual engagement, works awesome. Ox is more expensive, but i guarantee you will be glad you went with it. Good luck!
 
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I have the Spartan front and rear. I think if I was to do it again, I would do the Spartan in the back because I like that it is just there and it is cheaper, but works good. I hear some clicking and popping but the convenience of it just being there is nice. The front is another story. It makes it hard to steer and its a pain of locking and unlocking hubs. I think putting an OX in the front and spartan in the rear would work for me. Then when I get into the valley or if I know where I am going I can engage the hubs and do the rest from the drivers seat as needed - 4wd or full lock and when I hit the road, I can leave the hubs engaged till I get home etc, it's 4 miles; they can stay engaged for that long, they do it without hubs. lol
 
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I have the Spartan front and rear. I think if I was to do it again, I would do the Spartan in the back because I like that it is just there and it is cheaper, but works good. I hear some clicking and popping but the convenience of it just being there is nice. The front is another story. It makes it hard to steer and its a pain of locking and unlocking hubs. I think putting an OX in the front and spartan in the rear would work for me. Then when I get into the valley or if I know where I am going I can engage the hubs and do the rest from the drivers seat as needed - 4wd or full lock and when I hit the road, I can leave the hubs engaged till I get home etc, it's 4 miles; they can stay engaged for that long, they do it without hubs. lol
If i put one on the rear, I'll bite the bullet, spend the money and go with the Ox, But it would be interesting to know how yours worked out with the half and half.
 
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