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Diff Locks - Harrop ELocker

ELocker Landcruiser 70, 100 & 200 series rear

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The ELocker’s electromagnetic locking mechanism is the latest generation of aftermarket differential technology

Harrop ELocker Landcruiser 70, 100 & 200 series rear

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  • Harrop ELocker Landcruiser 70, 100 & 200 series rear
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Description

The ELocker’s electromagnetic locking mechanism is the latest generation of aftermarket differential technology. Performs as an open differential until you decide that you need more traction. Harrop Eaton ELocker are your push button solution to almost any traction problem.

Designed expressly for 4-wheel drive systems to give you the ability to lock or unlock the differentials when necessary. When locked the Eaton ELocker performs as a full locker, capturing 100% of available torque and sending it equally to both ends of the axle.

The ELocker is built with precision-forged gears that are designed to mesh perfectly, providing improved strength and durability over a standard cut gear. Its ease of installation, reliability and push-button activation make ELocker an absolute must for all traction and off-road performance applications.

  • Enhances towing and off-road performance
  • Patented positive-electronic locking
  • Precision-forged gears
  • 4 Pinion design
  • Drop-in installation
  • Superior re-buildable design
  • Requires no external module, compressor or hoses
  • Push button traction

To suit

  • Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series 99 - Current Rear
  • Toyota LandCruiser 100 Series Rear
  • Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series Rear

 

 

Additional Information

SKU A9574
Manufacturer Harrop Eaton

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