Well, after listening to a suspicous noise in the rear end of my Blazer I tore into it last night. Imagine my joy to find metal shavings in the lube as it drained The good news is the culprit was a broken carrier for the Detroit Locker. Some of the internals were chewed and I imagine the next time I hammered it something would have gone BANG quite nicely. From the looks of things I doubt the locker has been driving the left rear wheel much for a while. This morning I picked up a stock carrier and plan to shove it in tonight to get me by with - I have a line on a diesel 3/4 ton blazer with a blown motor I can pick up cheap. It has a D60 and 14 bolt so thats the future plan if it all works out. So, in the mean time I had picked up a Detroit EZ locker from a friend of mine that could go in either end - 90's had 30 splines on both ends so it's a no brainer either way. I had planned to put it in the front end wile I was repacking the front bearings anyway, and was going to check the front u-joints while I was in there. So the question is, which end to lock for now? Leave the back unlocked and enjoy the better street manners but have the locked front end when I need 4X4, or put it back in back and deal with the constant click click click and understeer that is typical to lock-rights and EZ Lockers? I'll watch the poll and decide when I get home. Thanks for votes and comments.