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Old 05-19-2013, 02:45 PM   #31
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.....Here is what quite a few 'experts' recommend, and it is what I am running: Heavy duty Dana Spicer differential covers
That looks pretty hardcore! I especially like the built in "skid plate" factor. I've always wondered why off road vehicle companies haven't designed their differential covers with more of a slope, angle, or skid type of style that would give the differential an opportunity to "slide" over an obstacle instead of "slamming" into it.

Seems like traditional differential covers have some serious design flaws that make them very vulnerable especially when you consider it normally has the least amount of ground clearance than any other part of the vehicle.

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