Re: Rear locker slow to engage and disengage
the locker splines may not be lined up when you engage the button, so the locker will not engage until they are. Experience seems to suggest that weaving back and forth on the trail will alter the rotation speed of the rear wheels with respect to each other enough to cause spline alignment and engage the locker.
Disengagement requires there to be relatively little differential torque between the wheels so the splines can disengage. Again, just rock the steering wheel back and forth a little and it will disengage.
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