\"Removeable\" locker for 14B (idea) We all know that there are a lot of compromises in the choice of a locker or LSD. For people in the Northern states with lots of snow and ice (like me), putting a locker or spool in either axle is kind of a scary proposal. This is especially true for times when you are working on your wifes car and she goes out in the elements in your big rig (an honor which she doesn't always fully appreciate, but that is another issue...). The ARB is a good option but it's not available for the 14B FF and is a buttload of money with maybe average reliability. TrueTracs and Auburns seem like decent candidates, but they aren't available for this big axle and don't offer the off-road traction of a locker. All of this leads me to my idea: Why not put the a Detroit Locker in the 14B and then pull it out for the winter months? The Detroit is only $300 (I think) for the 14B, is very reliable and offers full locking traction. It is also in a mini-package, so it can be removed and installed without a ring and pinion setup, right? So according to this logic, you can take it out and put it in without even using a jack. Just open the differential, take out the axleshaft bolts from the side and back out one or both of the axleshafts out a bit (whatever is needed) and pop that little locker out of there. Then when the ice is gone, pop it back in. This would be especially easy if you have one of those big-$$ Mag-Hytec diff covers so that you don't have to form a new seal everytime you pop the cover. Since I don't have a 14B FF (yet), I don't really know how they're set up or how the Detroit rides in there, so this really is all just speculation. Can someone confirm for me whether or not what I'm proposing would work? Also, does anyone already do this: use the Detroit as a "removeable" locker in their 14B? "All right...who keeps squirting this oil in my driveway?"