Diff skids or heavy duty diff covers?

mlebofsky

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mlebofsky,

To fit the track bar, did you just shorten it all the way. I tried to install the same thing about three months ago but the track bar was too long. I do need to re center the axle after installing a after market driveline.
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It centered the axle with 1 full turn from all the way in.
 

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Are you going to relocate your stabilizer next. That is where I was hitting the most before I installed the SteerSmarts relocation bracket and my falcon Nexus stabilizer.
I actually took the stabilizer off a few days ago. It's not really needed. I didn't run one on my JK so will probably just leave it off.
 

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I never have understood this mentality. It literally only takes one hit on the right rock to do major damage to a diff/cover. You don't have to be rock crawling to mangle your differentials/covers.
Im not so sure about that.. granted I am more of very cautious wheeler.. I side with the previous poster.. if you "really" are careful, damage is really tough to do.. I ran Rubi, Coyote, Dusy etc this year, lots of scrapes, no damage to either pumkin or covers.. And I was on them a lot.. And I am saving up to protect the oil pan and trans area.. those are completely exposed..

my vote, keep the < 1 MPH the stock units are fine.. use your $ for the higher priorities..

Just sharing my expeiernce..

TC
 

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