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Old 27th August 2010, 17:43   #181
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@khan: service kits are available right? if one needs to service the lockers?
I remember a kit available that contains the 4 pins + springs, these are the things that wear out faster in a locker.
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I remember a kit available that contains the 4 pins + springs, these are the things that wear out faster in a locker.
Any link to the kit please?
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I remember a kit available that contains the 4 pins + springs, these are the things that wear out faster in a locker.
The pins are solid build -- bullet proof. I don't think it is easy to break those or damage those while running. It is more easy to lose those as they are so small. Many a times, you drop them and you lose them

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Any link to the kit please?
Here you go. Costs $15
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The pins are solid build -- bullet proof. I don't think it is easy to break those or damage those while running. It is more easy to lose those as they are so small. Many a times, you drop them and you lose them



Here you go. Costs $15
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Hey Shan,
Another question in relation to Vikram's.
The website lists India and also provides a quote for shipping it to India.
But, would you have any information if they would really ship it to India?
Also, say, if i purchase 1530, would there be some custom duties involved too?
Sorry, if this question is too stupid
Thanks a lot for this information.
Cheers,
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The pins are solid build -- bullet proof.
yes, but if the springs loose their tension, then would it lead to a lot of clatter? Also, once Arka said me to put a extra 'washer/shim' to tighten the locker. May be that would solve your excess clatter.
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Any link to the kit please?
one more... good to know these tiny but important parts are available for $20.

LockRight Spring and Pin Kit

Edit - Forgot to mention this is for the jeep guys
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The website lists India and also provides a quote for shipping it to India.
But, would you have any information if they would really ship it to India?
Also, say, if i purchase 1530, would there be some custom duties involved too?

Some companies ship to INdia. One will have to pay delivery charges which depend on the company shipping as well as 35% duty on top of that and wait ..wait and wait.

But yes, the answer is YES.
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But, would you have any information if they would really ship it to India?
Also, say, if i purchase 1530, would there be some custom duties involved too?
Try iccworld.com for sourcing & shipping. They have a "shop from abroad" option. Give the URL of the product you want to buy and they will deliver it to your doorstep. MAX 3-4 days (after the goods reach their warehouse in US from the local merchant). I have sourced LOT's of stuff from them and never had delays/issues.

1530 will cost anywhere between 275 - 320 USD. Add 50% more atleast for shipping & custom duties.

So, your landing cost would be in the region ~420 - 480 USD
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Hi Shanawaz, I am getting my Gypsy ready for TPC and want to install lockers. Need some advice in terms of getting the correct Lock Right gear from the states. Raghav from IgNite will be doing the install. Please advise.
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Hi Shanawaz, I am getting my Gypsy ready for TPC and want to install lockers. Need some advice in terms of getting the correct Lock Right gear from the states. Raghav from IgNite will be doing the install. Please advise.

1530 Lockright for the rear.

BTW, now in India we have LAMBDA mechanical-cable operated lockers available in Bangalore. Do think of those as an option also. If they were available when I did my lockers, I would have tried them out as they give the option of engaging lockers when you want and having an open-diff during normal use.
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Thanks, Shanawaz. That's really helpful. Are you coming for TPC this year?
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Dear All,

Is this the right model for Gypsy King Carb?

ARB AIR LOCKER SUZUKI 10 BOLT RING GEAR 26 SPLINE ALL RATIOS (RD208)

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