remove old diff covers. ( clean them and use for ash trays) get two studs of same thread size for diff bolt covers thread studs into the 10 and 4 o-clock position ( make sure diff surface is clean and dry) applie silacone sealant , let it set up about 10 minutes . install diff cover over studs, ( they keep the cover in place while you install the rest of the bolts) install bolts, remove studs , install remaining 2 bolts torque to factory spect's .
your done,,, should take 30 minutes per axle.
oh yeah don't forget to add YOUR favorite diff oil.
life is too short to be taken seriously all the time,,,, go buy a MR.potato head and have some fun.
Hey if you're still looking for a new stabilizer look at Rustys Offroad
I bought one from them and haven't had any problems. You can also see part of the tie rod i got from them as well. Much bigger and stronger than the factory tie rod.
Well, I did replace my differentials and I thought I would finally post the pictures of the before and after. It was a lot easier than I thought it was going to be. I big help was that I got some lublockers and they worked great!