Diff covers are stacking up This nice weather we have been having while the rest of the country has been burning up has got our welders in the mood to burn a whole lot of wire!
Up early, if your in the neighborhood Nor Cal Rock Racing today! Stop by at Prarrie City if you need something to do today...Emmet will be in the shop from 10am on and I will be back at 4pm...
I saw that crash from about 75' and it looked much milder in person but it was one of the worst I have ever seen that they walked away from. TrentFab built the chassis...That says alot about their skills!
I bought one (Chrysler 8.25) a couple of years ago to fit to my KJ Cherokee(Liberty in the US). Exceptionally beefy, very solid indeed and it hasn't leaked a drop. Makes changing Diff oil much less of a chore thanks to the drain plug. I should also say that the service was first class and it was shipped out to me in England very promptly. Very well and securely packaged. I am very happy indeed with my purchase.
6 Years now making these, not 1 broken or cracked, 3 worn out by some very active wheelers that eventually wore right through them. We replaced them no questions asked Those 3 likely had 300 days of hard wheeling on them!
Last edited by Dan Fredrickson; 07-29-2011 at 06:06 PM.
|axle , covers , differential , gears|
|Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)|