Differential Drain Plug

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ARB Replacement Differential Drain Plugs

ARB 4x4 Accessories Replacement Drain Plug

From $19.00

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Trail Gear Steering Box Plug

Trail Gear Steering Box Plug

From $1.25

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Trail Gear Magnetic Drain Plug

Trail Gear Magnetic Drain Plug

From $5.99

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Dorman Rear Differential Plug

Dorman Rear Differential Plug

From $2.99

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G2 Axle and Gear Magnetic Drain Plugs

G2 Axle and Gear Magnetic Drain Plugs

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You trust your vehicle to carry you anywhere you need to go, from cruising down the paved highway to tearing up rough terrain. To keep your ride running smoothly, you use high-quality aftermarket parts when you have to make modifications. When you need a differential fill plug replacement, trust 4 Wheel Parts to supply you with the best parts for great prices.

Quality Parts
Off-roading is your favorite pastime, but you have to keep your vehicle running smoothly if you want to have successful adventures powering over rough trails. To keep your rear differential oil in place, you need a quality plug that won't buckle under off-road pressure. 4 Wheel Parts has the perfect differential drain plug kit for you.

Whether you need a plug, gasket or kit, we only carry parts made of real steel that can handle off-road life. Choose from quality brands like Dorman, Omix-Ada and Crown Automotive to ensure that you get the most for your money. These parts are made to handle rigorous off-roading.

Quality Prices
4 Wheel Parts is dedicated to giving you the best price possible for a rear differential drain plug. We know that repairing and modifying your vehicle gets expensive, so we offer a price-matching policy that guarantees you never overpay for products when you purchase them from us. If you find a differential plug for a better price after purchasing one from us, we will happily refund you the difference.

Quality Service
We don't want you to ever sacrifice quality for cost, so we are committed to helping you find the best parts possible. If you need to know which Dana 35 fill plug is best for your vehicle, as our team of experts. We will even give you installation advice. Because we have more than five decades of experience in the off-roading industry, we know we know what we're talking about, so shop with us today to find the right 4” drain plug for your vehicle.

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ARB Replacement Drain Plug - ARB0750201

$19.00

ARB Replacement Drain Plug - ARB0750201

Dorman Rear Differential Plug - 090-062

$7.99

Dorman Rear Differential Plug - 090-062

Trail Gear Steering Box Plug - 130033-1-KIT

$1.25

Trail Gear Steering Box Plug - 130033-1-KIT

Magnetic Drain Plug

$3.99

Magnetic Drain Plug

Trail Gear Magnetic Drain Plug - 140032-1-KIT

$5.99

Trail Gear Magnetic Drain Plug - 140032-1-KIT

Trail Gear Magnetic Drain Plug - 140033-1-KIT

$5.99

Trail Gear Magnetic Drain Plug - 140033-1-KIT

Dorman Rear Differential Plug - 65293

$2.99

Dorman Rear Differential Plug - 65293
Inevitably your off-road vehicle will take turns out on the trail or rough terrain. The last thing you want is your differential causing you problems or worse, a roll over. Just like the engine oil, differential oil needs to be replaced every so often. 4WheelParts.com has all the right tools you need to replace differential oil and the differential drain plug.

Changing Differential Oil
Warm the oil in the differential by driving for a few minutes. Set a wide collection pan to catch the foul-smelling oil on top of a drop cloth to avoid staining your driveway. Remove the differential fill plug from the casing then unscrew the drain plug. Using a flathead screwdriver carefully remove the cover letting the oil drain out slowly. If you pry the cover off too fast, the oil will gush out and you'll have a big mess on your hands. Once the oil has drained, wipe the interior with an old rag. Avoid cleaners as their residue can interact with the clean oil. Use either a gasket or liquid gasket to seal the housing before closing it back up. Use a torque wrench to tighten up the bolts then fill completely.

 
Replace the Drain Plug
To extract a bolt that has rusted to the housing, drill a hole in it. A little oil sprayed on the plug keeps the drill bit from getting too hot and metal from flying everywhere. A blow torch will heat up the metal to help loosen the bolt for easier removal. Use a reverse threaded bolt in the hole created by the drill bit to get the plug out. If added heat doesn't work, you can alternate that with a few taps on the plug to loosen it up from the surrounding metal. Be sure the bolt is out if you decide to hit the plug. Replace using a differential drain plug kit.

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