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I have one on my 99 450 s. The shifting Yoke (Little white teflon/plastic piece) that unlocks the shaft keeps wearing out. Litterally evey 10-15 hrs I have to replace it. Anybody else having this problem or heard of it?
 

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You must be talking about a 4-2-4 select that disconnects the front diff so you can run in 2wd. A DGL is completely enclosed in the front diff and ensures both wheels will always spin, even if one is off the ground.
 

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No, Not a 4-2-4. This is a DGL but this is the shifting yoke that is just behind the front left tire. Not the enclosed part.
 

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Highlifter made a unlocker before the warn 424 came out. It had some design flaws. One of them was the teflon bushing wearing out on the shift fork. Very few still run them.
 

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QUOTE ("Dirty4man":n15fnigs)
Highlifter made a unlocker before the warn 424 came out. It had some design flaws. One of them was the teflon bushing wearing out on the shift fork. Very few still run them.
Thats where the problem is. I talked to HL the other day and once the few that they have in stock are sold thats it.
I guess I need to buy a new locker now.
 

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Grtwhthntr, It looks like you were partially right. I have a DGL but I also have a 4-2-4 to unlock it. My problem is with the shifting Yoke on the unlocker. I just ordered 3 of them from HL so that I'll 2 in the tool box because they no longer make them apparently. I should be back in action by the weekend.
 
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