The reason I ask is because in the spicer video they make it a point to mark where you remove it from to make sure it goes back on in the same spot. Seems that if you don’t (like 4wp who did my install didn’t) you’ll have blinking locker light in the dash. Northridge confirmed they ran into this issue as well and that was the culprit.I was wondering this myself, I didnt try to see if it would snap into other locations, but I can't figure out how it would ever know if you did.
I got mine done flnally. The front was straight forward. The rear, I had to chase backlash, pinion depth, bad parts, etc. I also STRUGGLED getting the thinner carrier shims in without destroying them. Finally, on a backlash adjustment, I subtracted .001" from the total factory stack to make the math and shim selection easier, and just that tiny bit of shim missing made getting my shims in much easier. Or, I got better at it coincidently at the same time. Still plenty of preload on the bearing, but got rid of just enough that I stopped folding them in half.
We'll see how it goes after a few thousand miles, if they make it that far. But for now, I don't notice any noise or anything else to make me suspect they are unhappy.