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Old 06-26-2019, 05:19 PM
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front diff cover clearance

are there known manufacturers of dana 30 front diff covers that are or aren't good with track bar clearance? Pretty much all of them seem like they'd stick out from the pumpkin farther than the stock one, but don't know if some are worse than others and I don't want to give up any more up travel than I have to.

It'll be on a HP 30 under a TJ with a Currie track bar and ZJ tie rod, for context. The ones I'm leaning toward are either an unpainted 1/4" welded steel cover from Motobilt or a finished nodular iron one from Spicer, mostly because they're both seemingly well thought-of brands and are at the lower end of the cost spectrum at ~$120 delivered.

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are there known manufacturers of dana 30 front diff covers that are or aren't good with track bar clearance? Pretty much all of them seem like they'd stick out from the pumpkin farther than the stock one, but don't know if some are worse than others and I don't want to give up any more up travel than I have to.

It'll be on a HP 30 under a TJ with a Currie track bar and ZJ tie rod, for context. The ones I'm leaning toward are either an unpainted 1/4" welded steel cover from Motobilt or a finished nodular iron one from Spicer, mostly because they're both seemingly well thought-of brands and are at the lower end of the cost spectrum at ~$120 delivered.

ARB, AEV (maybe TeraFlex)and a few others are known to give a little more clearance. It will depend on the track bar you are using?

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You're on the right track with the Dana Spicer Nodular Iron Diff Cover. With my setup, the G2 Aluminum Cover did make contact with the trackbar. It also had a much different internal casting than the stock cover which can cause the oil to flow poorly in the housing, leading to higher temperatures and poor performance.

I swapped it for the Dana Spicer cover and it does not make contact with the trackbar. Also the internals are roughly the same as stock. It's the best looking Dana 30 cover as well and impresses everyone at the mall. Results of course will vary depending on suspension and trackbar. Oh, the Dana cover comes with a sweet gasket and new bolts, can't beat that.
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ARB, AEV (maybe TeraFlex)and a few others are known to give a little more clearance. It will depend on the track bar you are using?
Currie. About the best for clearance as far as I can tell.

The Spicer looks like a very similar profile to the arb so I would think the clearance would be similar as well. I can't tell that aev makes a cover for a d30.
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You're on the right track with the Dana Spicer Nodular Iron Diff Cover. With my setup, the G2 Aluminum Cover did make contact with the trackbar. It also had a much different internal casting than the stock cover which can cause the oil to flow poorly in the housing, leading to higher temperatures and poor performance.

I swapped it for the Dana Spicer cover and it does not make contact with the trackbar. Also the internals are roughly the same as stock. It's the best looking Dana 30 cover as well and impresses everyone at the mall. Results of course will vary depending on suspension and trackbar. Oh, the Dana cover comes with a sweet gasket and new bolts, can't beat that.
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https://www.amazon.com/Rugged-Ridge-...na+30+&sr=8-17

I use this. To replace the ARB cover that smacked my upper trac bar mount and was costing me about 1/2" of uptravel. I would stay away from any cover that looks like the arb cover as they will all have similar clearance issues.
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I use this. To replace the ARB cover that smacked my upper trac bar mount and was costing me about 1/2" of uptravel. I would stay away from any cover that looks like the arb cover as they will all have similar clearance issues.

It depends on the track bar..
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The absolute most clearance for the steering system is given by this cover. Currie and Barnett (who is the OEM) sell them for the Dana 30 and Dana 44. Barnes uses the OE covers to build them from.
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The absolute most clearance for the steering system is given by this cover. Currie and Barrett (who is the OEM) sell them for the Dana 30 and Dana 44. Barrett uses the OE covers to build thrm from.
Wow... A face only a mother could love, but it's not there for looks after all.

What cover do you run? I realize you're probably on a 44, but still curious.
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Wow... A face only a mother could love, but it's not there for looks after all.

What cover do you run? I realize you're probably on a 44, but still curious.
That's what I'm running on my front axle. I've run that cover on both of my TJs.
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Big thread over on JF with all this info.


Though, I would second Jerry B's suggestion on Barnett. Its a stout design and just plain works.
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Big thread over on JF with all this info.


Though, I would second Jerry B's suggestion on Barnett. Its a stout design and just plain works.
If it's the "TJ front adjustable track bars, does yours hit or fit" thread, it's easier to find info about the track bars than the diff covers, other than that ARB hits worse than most. A thread search for "spicer" returns zero results.

Jerry's endorsement for just about anything carries a lot of weight for me, but the Barnett is probably overkill for the trails I do. I've seen Jerry recommend the Warn skidplate and I see the Rugged Ridge option also so I may look into one of those as another option of good protection without losing clearance.

The nice thing is I have plenty of time to mull it over in my head while I wait for the shop to regear the axles, and I'll probably just swap it when I do the 500 mile break-in fluid change.
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Alloy has a few covers that are a stamped 5/16" design. Last I looked they were between $100 and $125. They too would give you more clearance probably than most other aftermarket designs.
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” I've seen Jerry recommend the Warn skid plate and I see the Rugged Ridge option also so I may look into one of those as another option of good protection without losing clearance. “

I have used Warns differential half skid on my Dana 44 with currie Tie rods and Rubicon express track bar for the past 12 years with no clearance issues, however it is not bulletproof, but it did take a great beating and protected my front end and rear end from trails such as the Rubicon and Fordyce. Warn no longer offers them in Chrome. A couple weeks ago I removed them to replace a broken bolt and ended up installing Metal Cloak nodular iron covers after discovering all the abuse they took ,I didn’t feel it proper to reinstall them. I believe they do a sufficient job for mild wheeling. Metal Cloaks were $89 each and came with bolts and gaskets.
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Stock xj hp cover is thicker then stock TJ and has higher fill plug and dirt cheep at u pull it


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When I bought my TJ it had 2" lift, stock D30 cover and a Rugged Ridge adjustable track bar. The TB was rubbing the diff cover at about the 2'oclock position whenever I so much as went over a speed bump.

I wanted a diff cover that had drain/fill ports and a great deal on a pair of barely used G2 D30/D35 covers popped up for $100/pair. SO I installed them. I still had some rub from the TB as expected.

Put it up on the lift. First of all at 2" or less you do not even need an adjustable TB, but ok. The PO had installed a drop bracket on the TB axle side, also not needed and a future source of bump steer coming at me. So that came out. It lessened the rub by bringing the TB up a little.

I was contemplating putting in a factory TB, but did not want to spend money going backwards and locking myself in so I replaced the TB with one with more of a bend up near the diff and frame. I ended up with a Metalcloak adjustable TB for about $150.

So far no rub on the D30 cover, and I have a platform that can go higher or lower as needed.
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When I bought my TJ it had 2" lift, stock D30 cover and a Rugged Ridge adjustable track bar. The TB was rubbing the diff cover at about the 2'oclock position whenever I so much as went over a speed bump.

I wanted a diff cover that had drain/fill ports and a great deal on a pair of barely used G2 D30/D35 covers popped up for $100/pair. SO I installed them. I still had some rub from the TB as expected.

Put it up on the lift. First of all at 2" or less you do not even need an adjustable TB, but ok. The PO had installed a drop bracket on the TB axle side, also not needed and a future source of bump steer coming at me. So that came out. It lessened the rub by bringing the TB up a little.

I was contemplating putting in a factory TB, but did not want to spend money going backwards and locking myself in so I replaced the TB with one with more of a bend up near the diff and frame. I ended up with a Metalcloak adjustable TB for about $150.

So far no rub on the D30 cover, and I have a platform that can go higher or lower as needed.
Your next upgrade should be to replace the factory OE tie rod which is both skinny and hollow.
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Stock xj hp cover is thicker then stock TJ and has higher fill plug and dirt cheep at u pull it
already got one. It was on the XJ HP axle I'm using. Noticed the higher plug but didn't know it was thicker.
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Poison Spyder makes a good one. I have no clearance problems. Adj. track bar is in stock location with 4" lift.
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Thanks Jerry, already on my todo list.
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Somebody in a Jeep group on Facebook just happened to post today about track bars and included a photo of his spicer cover with the ribs ground off for clearance, so if I hadn't already settled on a stock cover with skid plate, that would have done it.

I've also seen some other photos of the Barnett cover and it seems at least at some point they were grinding the welds down so they didn't look like they were sitting on top of the joint. Night and day difference on the professionalism of its appearance.

Still can't shake the image of this guy though.
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Your setup is pretty similar to mine. I run Solid covers front and back. Here is a site: https://www.solidaxle.com/productcar...9&idcategory=9
The front is only $65 and believe me they are solid units.
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not sure why they never updated the photo on their website but both of the ones that I run are much cleaner. here's a shot of one that was installed back in march of 2013.

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What's wrong with the stock covers, designed to fit, and cost what? nothing, if you already have them.
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What's wrong with the stock covers, designed to fit, and cost what? nothing, if you already have them.
I guess you haven't played hard in the rocks...
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What's wrong with the stock covers, designed to fit, and cost what? nothing, if you already have them.
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not sure why they never updated the photo on their website but both of the ones that I run are much cleaner. here's a shot of one that was installed back in march of 2013.

that looks a lot better.

Now I'm waffling again...and i'd be lying if I don't kinda want to get it just to paint the symbol of the galactic empire on the upper half and rename my Jeep "Astro de la Muerte"...Spanish because I'm in Pueblo, Colorado.
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That pic doesn't prove anything. If you truly play in the rocks, you will eventually smack your front diff cover. An OEM cover may do ok in most situations, but if you hit it hard you're going to have a long day.






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