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Unread Today, 09:53 PM   #1
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Is differential cover worth the money or is it a waste of money?

I am planning to regear my '13 JKU next week. The sales guy is to telling me to get a G2 differential cover also since he said that it will dissipate heat and therefore better cooling as well as able to hold more fluid. How much of this is true and if it is, is it worth the additional cost (around $250) or is it just for look?
Would appreciate any advice.

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Unread Today, 10:04 PM   #2
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There's nothing wrong with the stock cover.
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