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08. It might not look like it, but there is enough tie-rod-to-diff cover clearance on GM and Dodge Dana 60 front axles, even with the dual steering stabilizers that were on our test vehicle. Where you will run into problems is if you want to install the Offrotec locker on a Ford or '94-and-up Dodge Dana 60 front axle. On these applications you will need to plug and redrill the vacuum ports in a different location, as they will interfere with the leaf- or coil-spring perch on those axles. If you don't want to (or can't) use the Offrotec differential cover, there are parts available from Offrotec to make the locker work with any differential cover.