Climbing up that rocky mountain, the last thing you want to worry about is your differential housing taking a beating on the rocks. Take care of your 4x4 with a better quality differential skid plate. An aftermarket thick steel guard is better suited to the hard-core off-roader than the aluminum factory ones. The thin sheet metal doesn't stand a chance on the rough terrain you want to tackle. 4WheelParts.com has the high-quality parts your off-roading vehicle needs for peak performance on any terrain. Don't let worry keep you from conquering nature's challenges.
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The easy to install Dana 44 spider differential skid plate keeps your differential in great condition while also reinforcing the housing. Or the Ford 8.8 skid plate with its black powder coated 3/16” steel. Not sure which one to buy, ask one of our sales representatives with extended hours available to meet your needs. Install one for the front differential and one for the rear for maximum protection. No longer worried about tearing up the differential, the wilds of nature are yours to conquer. Take your Jeep on the next rock climbing trip, you've already taken the time to add the needed protection to your differential. Those rocks don't stand a chance.
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4 Wheel Parts has the durable, high-performance parts you've come to expect. Not only do we have the best prices, we also 100% price match. Bookmark 4WheelParts.com as your one-stop shop for all your Jeep and 4x4 needs. Search our online catalog for all the parts you need to equip your next overland expedition. Choose to have the products shipped to you for maximum convenience or you can pick them up in a one of our many stores. Enhance your off-road vehicle for maximum capability by installing a differential guard to protect your investment while enjoying peace of mind on your next adventure.
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