|05-19-2013 02:45 PM|
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.
|05-19-2013 01:48 PM|
|JeepandMud||But Chipotle is good lol. Ok, so end of June, I'll take your diff cover, buy you and I subway combo meal and I'll head to the trail. Deal?|
|05-19-2013 12:19 AM|
|mo1416||plus the sandwhich would mean u have to come on trail.|
|05-19-2013 12:17 AM|
|05-18-2013 11:59 PM|
|JeepandMud||Uh huh. Besides, I thought you enjoyed Chipotle more so lol.|
|05-18-2013 02:10 PM|
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|05-17-2013 11:43 PM|
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|05-17-2013 01:07 AM|
|JFjeld||I've got a stock D30 cover you can have for free; just come and get it. Came off a 2001 XJ I believe. This was from a donor axle I bought for the shafts. Not heavy duty, but free.|
|05-17-2013 12:49 AM|
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|05-13-2013 09:59 PM|
|GoldenSahara00||Riddler and the PSC covers come from the exact same forging/mold. So I guess all 3 of us agree|
|05-13-2013 09:18 PM|
|05-13-2013 08:33 PM|
|Colo-TJ||Riddler on my rig. Banged the snot out of it on several occasions. Very happy with them.|
|05-13-2013 08:31 PM|
SOLID. Inexpensive and solid! $65
Dana 30 Cover - Differential Covers - Spyntec Industries LLC.
|05-13-2013 08:26 PM|
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|05-13-2013 11:18 AM|
|Goofyjumper||I run Riddler covers on my JK and Ruff Stuff Specialtie's covers on my CJ.|
|05-13-2013 09:52 AM|
|COLOUJK||Ive got a HD Alloy USA dana 30 diff cover if you are interested.|
|05-13-2013 09:00 AM|
|GoldenSahara00||I run the PSC cover with no issues.|
|05-13-2013 08:55 AM|
Is there a company you recommend?
Must have missed this: Here is what quite a few 'experts' recommend, and it is what I am running: Heavy duty Dana Spicer differential covers
Essentially a beefed up stock cover with no track bar issues.
|05-12-2013 11:56 PM|
|GoldenSahara00||I have 2 spare stock d30 covers. I will ship you one for cost if you need one and don't want to upgrade.|
|05-12-2013 11:53 PM|
|05-12-2013 10:23 PM|
Even after you straighten the cover you will most likely still need to replace it. It may not seal properly after being dented and then repaired. Heavy duty diff covers are relatively cheap and made by dozens of companies.
Differentials are low to the ground, Colorado is full of rocks, and ring and pinions are pricey to replace. Swapping out covers to heavy duty ones is something I highly recommend for anyone who wheels.
|05-12-2013 08:35 PM|
|05-12-2013 07:41 PM|
|dwigs||I would fix/replace it before wheeling, IMHO. Bending the metal back-and-forth only weakens the material - like a paper clip, for example. It would just be tender and a bull's eye for something worse to happen. Just too risky...|
|05-12-2013 07:05 PM|
|JeepandMud||Am I ok with still wheeling? Or would it be better to fix it (replace it)?|
|05-12-2013 05:48 PM|
If you're asking how to "undent" the diff cover, well I would take it off and try to get the dent out with a hammer; however, I would be cautious doing so. I would probably only do this if stuck on a trail and not a daily driver.
Here is what quite a few 'experts' recommend, and it is what I am running: Heavy duty Dana Spicer differential covers
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