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04-15-2014 09:52 PM
SETI1x I just ordered the front and rear powder coated ones and want to paint the spyder silver. What paint is recommended to paint over the powder coat?
03-19-2014 08:20 PM
MurphDogg I wish this cover didn't slam into my track bar!! Any suggestions on how to fix that without getting a new cover....new track arm?!
09-10-2013 09:51 AM
clark1234567
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Raising this thread from the dead...

Has anyone tested the PS cover on a D30 of a stock TJ?
12-11-2012 10:40 AM
beaureed445 Got my D30 Bombshell last week, and installed over the weekend. It came powder coated, so a buddy of mine painted the spider for me.
11-14-2012 04:04 PM
DTS
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I posted this question on your FB page, but I'll ask here also. Is solid black the only powder coat option? Or can the spider be one color, with the rest done black?
Solid black is our only powder coat option. If you want the spyder a contrasting color you have to do it yourself.

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Having issues with my current cover (not PSC) and would like to know if these contact the track bar on a stock TJ.
We have not test fit it on a stock TJ.
11-14-2012 02:51 PM
homebrwd Having issues with my current cover (not PSC) and would like to know if these contact the track bar on a stock TJ.
11-14-2012 02:22 PM
beaureed445 I posted this question on your FB page, but I'll ask here also. Is solid black the only powder coat option? Or can the spider be one color, with the rest done black?
11-14-2012 02:01 PM
DTS The NEW Dana 30 Bombshells have been test-fit on a bone stock JK front end (non-Rubicon) and are a confirmed fit--no contact with track bar, tie rods, etc. Thanks to Kevin Dahl for providing his Jeep for the test fitting.

11-08-2012 04:31 PM
DTS
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Originally Posted by beaureed445 View Post
Will that fit the differential on an '03 TJ?
Yes, in the front if its a non-Rubicon. But we have a D44 version to fit the Rubi fronts and all JK rears. The only caveat is if you have the stock suspension we're not yet 100% positive it will clear the track bar without touching on full compression. We're doing a test-fit next week to verify.
11-07-2012 03:40 PM
beaureed445 Will that fit the differential on an '03 TJ?
11-07-2012 12:45 PM
sp33dfr33k LOOKIN SHARP..! Dammit, I DIG that spider..!
11-07-2012 11:47 AM
DTS D30 Bombshells in stock!

10-31-2012 04:47 PM
DTS
Poison Spyder Dana 30 Bombshell Diff Covers

Earlier this year we introduced the re-designed Dana 44 Bombshell Diff Cover, and we're pleased to announce that as of today, the Dana 30 Bombshell Diff Cover is now available!



Like the D44 version, the newly redesigned Dana 30 Bombshell differential cover is cast from highly ductile nodular iron—the same material drag racing differential housings are cast from to handle thousands of horsepower. The design of the Bombshell incorporates recesses to protect the diff cover bolt heads from trail damage, while the profile of the Bombshell acts as a ramp to help slide your Jeep up and over the most troublesome pumpkin-eaters. The ramp profile also results in an extremely thick&up to 1" thick—cross-section around the bolt ring, where contact with the rocks is most likely. Throughout the rest of its cross-section the Bombshell™ is the thickest cast differential cover on the market, from 7/16" to a brutal 1/2" thick at the outermost surface.



As of this writing, Dana 30 Bombshells are available in bare steel. Orders placed for powder coated ones will not ship until late next week. These may be purchased directly from Poison Spyder or through any of our authorized dealers.

NOTE: some of you may recall the fitment issue with the Dana 44 covers on JK Rubicons with the stock track bar. While we don't anticipate a repeat of this problem with the Dana 30 version since it is physically smaller, we have not test-fit one on a bone stock Jeep with a D30 yet to verify. We hope to be able to do so some time within the next couple of weeks.

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