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    Default AEV's, NTH Degree Differential Skids

    I finished up install of front and rear this past weekend. I'm pretty sure nothing is gettin through those suckers! very pleased with the fit and installation. Price was a little on the high side ($239.00 ea) But once they arrived at my doorstep and I saw how stout they were the cost didnt seem so important any more!
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    Looks good. Are they black now? When Nth Degree was around they were a gray color.

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    Those diff skids are exactly what i've been looking for. Where did you get them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Green View Post
    Looks good. Are they black now? When Nth Degree was around they were a gray color.
    COATINGS: AEV's Nth Degree Products Go From Gray to Black
    Upon bringing Nth Degree into the AEV family of products, AEV evaluated the suspension line to determine where improvements could be made. Aside from several mechanical refinements, AEV decided to change the coatings used on all Nth Degree steel components. Though the traditional gray powder-coat used by Nth Degree was of a very high quality, AEV opted to go a step further by employing a 2-stage coating process that utilizes a zinc-rich powder primer under a polyester powder top coat. This process is consistent with the way AEV coats its other steel products and it offers better corrosion resistance than a 1-stage process. With this improvement it was also decided to change the color from gray to textured black, which matches the look of AEV's bumpers and corner guards. Above all, the new color will remind our informed customers that their AEV-manufactured Nth Degree suspension has the best paint finish in the industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by korisu56 View Post
    Those diff skids are exactly what i've been looking for. Where did you get them?
    https://secure.aev-conversions.com/s...uct_Code=NTH01

    Austere Mobility in a '99 TJ Sport with a few bells and whistles

    The bravest of all Spartans was Dienekes. It is said that on the eve of battle, he was told by a native of Trachis that “the Persian archers were so numerous that, when they fire their volleys, the mass of arrows will block out the sun.”

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    Very nice. And chris I doubt you will need that on your Jk. Your about to head up PUSSY street lol.
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    As always, you come through.

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    I like the dif skid alot.

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    Just watch the front ubolt mount so you don't over tighten it. It will mess with your pinion bearing preload and can prematurely wear out the bearings.

    Mat

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    Quote Originally Posted by MACH04TJ View Post
    Just watch the front ubolt mount so you don't over tighten it. It will mess with your pinion bearing preload and can prematurely wear out the bearings.

    Mat

    I have to agree with that as well, Probably anything more than just snug to hold it in place without rattling would be over kill.
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