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Old 08-29-2012, 08:57 PM   #1
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Default Differential skid pan

Does such a thing exist? I plan on lowering my ranger with a 3" beam kit in the front and an exp axle flipped in the rear. My issue is that I live on a dirt road that has a tendency to have large rocks placed in inconvenient areas. So much so that even with a 1/4 inch thick skid pan on it, a rock managed to punch a hole in the cast oil pan of my Volvo.

So my interest in it is to keep from punching a hole in my differential on a similar when I lower my truck down
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