ARB Differentialschutz Nissan D40, M226 Differential, schwarz

ARB Differentialschutz Nissan D40, M226 Differential, schwarz
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ARB's differential cover has been secifically engineered to protect the differential and ring &... more
Product information "ARB Differentialschutz Nissan D40, M226 Differential, schwarz"
ARB's differential cover has been secifically engineered to protect the differential and ring & pinion set from any off-road hazards.- High tensile nodular iron structure protects the differential and ring & pinion set.- Computer optimised cross brace design increases the structural rigidity of the whole axle.- Approach/departure angle optimised by angled exterior surface.- Prolonged carrier bearing life due to extra support of the bearing alignment.- Additional housing strength helps keep the ring & pinion gears meshing on the flat faces of the teeth, greatly increasing ring & pinion life and overall maximum load strength.- Top quality, high power neodymium magnets are used in both the drain plug and the dipstick to collect metallic wear particles as the vehicle moves.- Magnet location in the end of the dipstick allows the oil to be checked for tell-tale signs of internal damage.- Low profile drain plug design resists damage from obstacles.- Combination of the high filler point and dipstick allows the oil to be checked for water contamination without having to drain the oil.- Unique dipstick/filler cap design allows differential oil level to be adjusted for customised high driveline angles.- Cover is powder-coated, CNC machined, then clear coated for a durable, professional, long lasting finish: hardware is zinc plated.- Tensile cap screws, (supplied), are recessed for protection against obstacles which might damage or loosen them.
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Suitable for
Nissan Navara 2005-2015
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