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    THE She-Jeeper TheRenegade's Avatar
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    Question Diff Covers.....

    Awright,
    Going to have a guy redo my brakes for me (no conversion yet just stock replacement stuff), and figured I could have him cover the diffs for me while it's easier to get at...
    Brand preference anyone?
    Mostly mud, but some roks once in awhile.....

    ARB, SOLID, ROCKRUSHER or Superlift

    Axles still stock AMC20 and D30.

    Thnx for input.

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    I just put these on the front and the rear:



    http://www.quadratec.com/products/92023_001.htm

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    any would do you fine but please don't tell me your going to pay some one to put them on the install of diff covers is as easy as changing a light bulb unless its for free
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRenegade View Post
    ....figured I could have him cover the diffs for me while it's easier to get at...
    Tex is right. I did my own in my driveway without lifting the vehicle at all. Took about 15 minutes total for both. If you have a jeep club up that way, post something on their board and see if anyone will pitch in to help you. Offer them some pizza and they may show up to help with the brakes.

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    Smile Pay?!


    Oh, believe me there's no charge.
    He knew I wanted to put them on anyways,and he suggetsed now would be a good time.
    Thanks for the looking out tho guys.

    PS I belong to PoorBoyzJeepClub, and all I'd have to do is offer beer n pizza (after the work is done of course!) LOL
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    I put a 'SOLID' cover on my D30, it's beefy! Weighs like 10 pounds. For the rear AMC 20, I built one. The stock 30 cover isn't bad, but the M20 cover is like tinfoil, doesn't take alot to damage it. I found out on the trail, ended up pulling the cover, pounding it out, fixed the hole with some JB weld, and refilled it with the oil we cuaght in som empty pop bottles. All this in the middle of the trail! After that, I built this:



    And the front, kind of...



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    Smart trail fix. The guard came out really good.

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    The Rockcrusher one for my 8.8 weighs 14 lbs. That thing is a beast, therefore, I'm going to be partial to what I know.

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    Default And the Winner is.....

    Thanks for all the input guys.
    I think for now I'll go with the guards like miljeep has, and HillBillE made.
    I have a pair of D44s from a Scout in the garage that will be rebuilt/upgraded, and will probably put on the SOLIDS (aka RockCrusher) like yours Chris.
    thnx
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    I just installed Solid front and rear

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