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Been running the TORQ Spool for a few months now and it’s held up with zero issues. We do mostly bounty climbs and can never seem to get the factory and most aftermarket setups to hold to what we put them through. Well the TORQ Spool has been in several comps lately with a couple podium finishes and it is still like the day it was installed. Highly recommended if you want to be competitive or just tired of replacing front differential internals. #rscapproved

Aussie Lockers have taken me everywhere, from the hardest trails all the way to the podium! My Aussie Lockers have been with me for 7 years and I have been continually impressed with the product quality, ease of installation, durability and predictability. My rig has crawled, raced, jumped, flopped, rolled and broken countless parts but never an Aussie Locker!

I bought a pair of Aussie lockers for my '99 Cherokee about a 6 years ago. They have performed perfectly and as advertised, and I couldn't be happier with them. Even bought a set and installed them in my sister's Cherokee. Problem is...the Aussie stickers are almost faded away from the Arizona sun, the stickers wore out but the locker is going strong!

Today's review after about 35 miles of New York mud, trails and sand pits with the TORQ Locker in my 2016 Mav 1000 turbo. First thing I did notice was the handling at speed whether in 2 or 4wd was a little different. Slightly more responsive actually. I put the DPS to minimum and I adapted. Ran in 4wd 90% of the day and reached a top speed of 77mph at one point. No issues all day. ). I by no means was easy on this machine today and had 0 failure or complaint. The locker did what it was supposed to, was silent as a mouse and improved the Maverick's capability all around.

Josh W.

To say the Dana 30 Aussie Locker does its job is an understatement. We at Hack Shack Racing in the 4632 TJ decided to run our dana 30 with its Aussie Locker in our first race ever. While it had been doing its job happily for about 4 years of recreational wheeling, racing is a whole other animal on an Ultra 4 style vehicle. The task we began to ask of that front end was something it hadn't seen before or been built for.

To say I wasn’t at least a little skeptical when I purchased my Aussie Locker would be a huge lie! There is no way that something priced hundreds of dollars less than your typical auto lockers, air lockers, etc. can perform without flaws, Wrong! Not to mention how easy it was to install, and the best part of it all, it made right here in the U.S.A. I just got home from the Rubicon Trail, a place where performance and reliability are second to none, and I am more than impressed with my Aussie Locker.

I have had the Aussie Locker in my JKU for over 20000 miles. I was able to install the Aussie in my JKU in my garage at home with minimal tools and the knowledge I gained from YouTube. Never having done an install of a locker I was surprised at the ease of the install process. The Aussie locker works very well in my JKU, even with the 37" tires and the Dana 30 axle. The locker is not noticeable during normal street driving except during low speed turns when you will hear it click.

I run Aussie Lockers front a rear in my dana 30 front and dana 44 rear it is by far my best upgrade and amazing product! Will always and only buy Aussie!!

The install was done on the garage floor with regular hand tools and no specialty tools required. The benefits were immediately apparent the first time off road. The front locker in the my JKU makes it a whole different vehicles, as the longer wheelbase often made it possible to get my front end up on obstacles. The Aussie locker now made it possible to get over those obstacles. After four years it still performs and has had zero issues.

I bought 2 Aussie lockers for my jeep in 2012 and I wanted to report to you how happy I am with them. I think that my Aussie lockers perform better then any of the selectable lockers that are common in my local club. I think the automatic ratcheting of the outside tire in a turn makes for superior traction compared to a locker that allows no differentiation when engaged. Also, last year I even broke an axle shaft while doing something fairly unadvisable and that Aussie locker was unharmed!