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Dana 35 Differential Skid Plate with Jeep Logo

Rugged Ridge | Part Number: RUGDMC-16597.35
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  • Technical Details

    • Dana 35
    • Licensed
    • Black
    • Jeep logo

Protect your factory differential cover with these heavy-duty skid plates. Designed to fit the contours of your stock differential cover with the distinctive Jeep logo etched into the steel, these heavy duty skids look great while providing extra protection. Constructed of durable 3/16öBlack powder coated steel, these skid plates will help you slide over obstacles and not get hung up. Includes replacement mounting hardware and instructions. Official MOPAR Licensed product.

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    I have a 2007 Wrangler X 2 door. I am pretty sure that I bought it with a Dana 30 front differential and a Dana 35 rear. I have made no modifications to the axles since I bought the vehicle brand new. Can you confirm that these are the type of front/rear axles this Jeep model came with from the factory?
    Asked on 3/6/2012 by Anonymous

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      A:

      The 2 door 2007 JK Wrangler rear axle is difficult to diagnose without seeing the vehicle, your front axle if it is a non-Rubicon model is a Dana 30. In 2007 Mopar used both the Dana 44 and although it’s extremely rare, some models had a Dana 35 for rear axles. The best way to determine your rear axle is to crawl under the Jeep. When looking at the axle you will find a stamping on the webbing around the differential cover this stamp will either have a 44 or 35 on it. You might have to look for a little bit to find it, but every Dana axle is stamped with a model number - the stamping is not on the diff cover, it will be located around the cover on the actual housing of the axle. You will see this from the rear of the vehicle only. If you need any more help identifying the axle, you can give our Gear Squad Drivetrain experts a call at 800-914-0065.

      Answered on 3/8/2012 by Craig from Ohio
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