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Old 04-24-2013, 07:59 PM   #1
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ARB Diff cover Problem

So I'm removing my rear diff cover and noticed a bracket attached to the diff cover that is flush with the diff cover. ARB's diff cover has the bolt recessed. Any suggestions as to what to do with the bracket? Is it a break line?

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Gotta couple of wired going into the diff, so I'm guessing this is my electronic lockers.

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Next question. I'm guessing since the track bar is in the way of tightening one bolt, I need to remove the trackbar, or will jacking it up move it out of the way?
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I just took the bracket right off and got rid of it. Don't really need it. And yeah. If u jack up one side or the other it moves it enough front and back to get in there. Much easier after you lift it lol. I did it before the lift. So I know what your goin through lol.
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I just took the bracket right off and got rid of it. Don't really need it. And yeah. If u jack up one side or the other it moves it enough front and back to get in there. Much easier after you lift it lol. I did it before the lift. So I know what your goin through lol.
I think ur right about the bracket. I think it just makes it harder to tear the wiring out. I'll try jacking a wheel up to see if I can get to The bolt.

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