quickloc, lockright in a 10bolt with 35\'s? Thinking about have someone else regear my blazer just to get it done ASAP (I start work on Monday). Its a street rig, sees snow, mud and sand/gravel now and then. Currently I have an open front and Auburn rear with 3.08's, I'm wanting to put 4.56's in. I'm looking at 4wheelparts and they have front and rear gears with master install kits for $400 (plus install) OR quickloc lockers front and rear with gears for $900 (plus install, and yes I have another open carrier to replace the auburn). I'm thinking if I go in and talk the manager and since I'm in a local truck club in which we pretty good discounts the install wont be that much more) (option#1) What I was wondering was putting my auburn up on ebay along with the gears I have here to pay for some of the $900 and go all out for lockers front and rear with the new gears. (#2) OR, if I should put the auburn up front and put a lockright or quickloc in the rear? (#3) OR just regear and leave it open front auburn rear? /forums/images/graemlins/thinking.gif /forums/images/graemlins/ears.gif I'd really like a powertrax out back and LSD in the front. I've never had lockers on an icy highway and since I got another in Indy I'll be driving about 50miles eachway everyday. /forums/images/graemlins/smirk.gif I dont want to get a little car to drive back and forth in the snow and have a car payment, more insurence and of course another vehicle in the driveway /forums/images/graemlins/doah.gif SO... option 1, 2, or 3 Option 4 would be OTHER and would include a response at the bottom. This is not a what gear for tire question, but I should I spend the money on a DD for lockers or leave it open/LSD. Anyone with lockers front and rear run highway speeds in the snow? Opinions?