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    Rancho's Front Dana 44 and Dana 30 differential Glide Plate for the Jeep Wrangler JL mounts to the front axle casting, and allows for a much smoother glide over obstacles forward and backwards. The Glide Plate protects your differential casting from direct contact in severe offroad conditions. Works with OE and most aftermarket differential covers. Manufactured from 1/4" high-strength, low-alloy steel and covered in a durable red powder-coated finish.

    Rancho® JL Rear Shock and Control Arm Skids
    are designed to protect your JL control arms and shock absorbers from rocks and other obstacles. Made from 1/4-in. high-strength, low-alloy steel, these skids will glide over obstacles and keep you moving down the trail. The Rancho Rear Shock and Control Arm Skids bolt-on using the shock and supplied control arm bolts, and are powder coated in a durable Rancho Red. Driver and passenger side skids included.

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    ??? What?
     
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    I wish I was at the range too... :)
     
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    Sorry, wrong thread :whew:
     
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    You protecting that vulnerable front diff drain plug?
    We got you covered. :)

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    I dig 'em. The front has already had a rough life on the AZ trails and has held up nice. I dropped the jeep on the front one on a waterfall with no other damage.

    If I had one suggestion, it would be to design a bracket for the front one, similar to the rear one.

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    Rancho, any plans to make FRONT LCA skids? I beat those up pretty good.
     
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    I haven't heard yet, but I am going to pass this on. :)

     
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    @RanchoShocks question on the glide plate, did you guys test them with Motobilt diff covers? I tried installing them today and they don't seem to have enough clearance to install the u-bolt (see pictures below). I’m concerned the thickness of the covers is preventing it from fitting and the hole for the drain plug is blocked. Any help is appreciated, I was looking for your glide plate to add protection to the front diff drain plug.

    Thanks

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    As far as I know not on this diff cover. Matt

     
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    Do you have listed the Rear Dif Cover for JL Rubicon on Amazon? @RanchoShocks
     
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    So we don't sell direct at this time actually.
    But the part number is RS62117 for the Rubicon.
    Thanks Matt

     
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