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You can get rid of the actuator by swapping in a diff from an older Sidekick that doesn't use any actuators. This is the easiest way to simplify your front end, and it makes it easier to find a locker or LSD for the front too, because there are more options for Kicks than Vits.T-case reduction is really nice to have if you are doing alot of technical, rocky, rooty wheeling, especially if you have a manual tranny. It will keep you from smoking your clutch when your low range is too fast in the rocks, and its easier on the brakes when you're crawling down steep, long mountain trails. They are probably still nice to have with an automatic but I have never owned an auto Zuk so I can't comment how that works.