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Old 12-11-2008, 02:56 PM
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Solid Axle Industries Diff Cover Sale $65

I saw that Solid Axle Ind. was having a big sale on diff covers... only $65 each

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Hopefully it will save somoene some $$$

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Old 12-11-2008, 03:13 PM
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i tried to order one and it was on back order
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i tried to order one and it was on back order
bummer... I havent ordered mine yet but I am planning on doing so once I get paid. Hopefully they will be in by then...
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Old 12-12-2008, 07:32 AM
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ordered my rear cover. Does anyone know if the front cover sticks out more than the stock cover. My dual steering stabalizers mounts to the cover and a shock goes in fron of it. trying to see if it will work with my icon dual steering stabalizer kit. Any insight. Sent an email to the company as well
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ordered my rear cover. Does anyone know if the front cover sticks out more than the stock cover. My dual steering stabalizers mounts to the cover and a shock goes in fron of it. trying to see if it will work with my icon dual steering stabalizer kit. Any insight. Sent an email to the company as well
that was gonna be my question. I'll wait for your answer. What stabilizer do you have?
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Old 12-12-2008, 09:07 AM
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You can sorta see them in that picture. its the donohoe racing/icon dual steering stabalizer kit. Came with the rest of my lift kit.
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Old 12-12-2008, 09:23 AM
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ordered my rear cover. Does anyone know if the front cover sticks out more than the stock cover. My dual steering stabalizers mounts to the cover and a shock goes in fron of it. trying to see if it will work with my icon dual steering stabalizer kit. Any insight. Sent an email to the company as well
I would imagine that it would....since it holds more fluid but I would call and ask just to be sure

when mine arrives I can post up and let yall know

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my rear cover just shipped out. looks like awesome response time. They ahvent emailed me back yet but I will give them a little bit to respond. I am in no hurry anyway. Lots of work to pull the stabalizers and all off to change the cover. You reuse the stock cover bolts with this right. I know with the 08 cover you need new bolts. I can reuse my stock bolts with this cover correct?
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Old 12-12-2008, 09:31 AM
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my rear cover just shipped out. looks like awesome response time. They ahvent emailed me back yet but I will give them a little bit to respond. I am in no hurry anyway. Lots of work to pull the stabalizers and all off to change the cover. You reuse the stock cover bolts with this right. I know with the 08 cover you need new bolts. I can reuse my stock bolts with this cover correct?
It looks like they are sending some bolts, it says "zinc plated hardware" so I am assuming that hardware is bolts
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oops i guess i didnt read it all. i also comes with a gasket it looks liek. Awesome I am excited now.
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