UPDATE: You do have to pull the driver's side axleshaft out to install the LockRight in the front. There is barely not enough room to get the side gears out. It took my 5 hours between the front and rear axles to install them. You could do the rear in less than an hour if you have drum brakes unlike my discs. It took me an hour and fifteen minutes to do the rear axle. SIDE NOTE: As far as offroadability is concerned, this is the second best modification I've ever done. The first one, of course, was good tires. For someone choosing between lifting and locking, I'd go with locking first. There's nothing more cool than being able to hit both tires at the same time on a wet 14" maple log and just crawling over. I've been digging through the archives but no one has explained if you can install a LockRight in a front 10 bolt without removing an axleshaft. Has anyone done it before? It seems like I remember my front axleshafts being quite a distance away from the crosspin and actually not sticking out much past the the splines in the side gear. And since the face of where the c-clip rides on the splined part of the LockRight is pretty much flat I was thinking I could get it in there pretty easy. Of course, I could be smoking something. But it seems like I could persuade the axleshafts to slide out a bit (maybe remove lockouts so I can get the snapring out?) and then I could finesse the LockRight halves in there. I don't know. I'm operating on a shady mental picture from three months ago. I'm just wondering because this would make the front install a 45 minute job instead of a 2.5 hour job.