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


Caught the Bug
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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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.


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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