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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-04-2011, 05:51 PM Thread Starter
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front diff loc and cdi box

Im new to the forum and just got and 08 650 prowler that one of our older hunter had at the hunting club.It is bone stock so i put on some 27" mudlites and 14" ss rims.It dosen't have the front diff lock so i would like to know if it could be added also i am go to order the dyntech cdi box and you can also get the coil upgrade do u suggest on getting both of them.Thanks for yall help and a great forum yall have made.
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This is the first time I have hear of any one wanting to add the diff lock. First of all you will need a new front diff and cable. As for the CDI not sure if anyone has been adding coil up grade. From what I hear the Dynatek CDI's work great.



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I didnt know if i could add it to the ac didnt cost me a dime the man give it to me when he got a new 700 efi and his had the diff lock so i just thought i might could add it for under 500 i would do it.Do u think it is worth adding the front lock.Im going to go ahead and order the cdi box.What about the clutch upgrade.
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I didnt know if i could add it to the ac didnt cost me a dime the man give it to me when he got a new 700 efi and his had the diff lock so i just thought i might could add it for under 500 i would do it.Do u think it is worth adding the front lock.Im going to go ahead and order the cdi box.What about the clutch upgrade.
You will need the lever in the dash, the cable, the bracket that bolts to the side of the diff, the diff side cover and the right side axle from a diff lock model.
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Thanks for your help so if i call ac dealer and order all new parts then ill be set?Dont u think it is worth effort doing for the peformance i will get with all four tires pulling
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The diff lock makes it hard to steer so you only use it when you are driving straight. Pulling some one out of the mud and such. Price it out, it may not be worth it



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post #7 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-05-2011, 11:06 AM Thread Starter
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Thank yall for yalls help i will price it out and see if it worth it.
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Diff lock is a life saver in some of the areas I run. At steep rocky or muddy hills, and mud holes the diff lock make a world of difference. I only engage it when I see a place that needs it....
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Forgot, you will also need the fork that pulls the collar up on the end of the axle, the collar itself, and the spring that lets it return when the cable is flipped to the off position. Also a new axle seal for that side.
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I think a good set of mud tires would work just as well
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