NEW! Front glide plate for Jeep JL and JT WITHOUT the drain plug on the bottom of the diff!

Rancho

Caught the Bug
TL/DR
This is for the FRONT Dana 44 WITHOUT the drain plug, so mid-late 2021 and forward.
Check with your favorite retailer on cost.




Designed to protect your differential casting from direct contact in severe off-road conditions, the Rancho® rockGEAR® front differential glide plate mounts to the front axle casting of your Jeep® Wrangler or Gladiator. Manufactured from 0.25-in. high-strength steel with a durable red powder-coated finish, this differential glide plate delivers a smoother glide over obstacles.


  • COMPATIBILITY -- Designed for Jeep Wrangler or Gladiator Dana 44 (M210) axles that DO NOT have a drainplug on the bottom of the very bottom of the center housing; please inspect your vehicle before purchasing
  • COMPATIBILITY -- Works with OE and most aftermarket differential covers on Jeep Wrangler JL or Gladiator JT, Dana 44
  • BUILT FOR THE TRAIL -- Protects differential casting from rocks and other obstacles while off-roading, rock crawling and trail riding
  • GLIDES OVER OBSTACLES -- Mounts to Dana 44 front axle casting for a much smoother glide over obstacles both forward and backward
  • RESISTS CORROSION -- Durable red powder-coat finish resists rust and corrosion
  • ENGINEERED TO LAST -- Features 0.25-in. high-strength, low-alloy steel construction for long-lasting strength
 

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jesse3638

Hooked
That's cool. I didn't know they changed the location of the drain plug in 21. I'll have to crawl under ours and take a look to see if we made the cut.
 

jesse3638

Hooked
After crawling under ours, low and behold no drain plug. I meant to snap a pic but didn't. I briefly looked for a drain plug but couldn't seem to locate one. Does this mean I've got to pull the cover to drain it?
 
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