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Thanks for all of the orders guys! Last week was booming!

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The majority of these fit in a flat rate shipping box! So your saving money on shipping too!

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Don't be fooled by the chrome paper thin covers on Ebay. Use the RUFF STUFF instead!

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Enjoy having the peace of mind knowing that your gears & lockers are protected by the strongest diff cover!

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It's always a good time to upgrade your axle! So do it right with a beefy diff cover!

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Even though we are out at EJS, we still have guys in the shop ready to assist you in any way!

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Hi Dan,

I'm not sure if this was asked yet in this thread, but by any chance do you know how much farther it sticks out than a stock D30 cover? With my low lift and aftermarket track bar, it already gets close to the cover. Trying to figure out how much bump stopping needs to be added if I end up buying one. Thanks!
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Hi Dan,

I'm not sure if this was asked yet in this thread, but by any chance do you know how much farther it sticks out than a stock D30 cover? With my low lift and aftermarket track bar, it already gets close to the cover. Trying to figure out how much bump stopping needs to be added if I end up buying one. Thanks!
I'm so sorry I missed this.

More than an 1/4".

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Time to make a difference in your trail riding experience, add the strength you need to make it through!

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The right way to go for any axle!

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