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Old 09-09-2006, 10:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Spider rear diff Rock Guard group buy

This is a copy from my post on ZR2usa.com

We hit a wall at 15 orders and need 20 for the 10% off price of $72. I thought I would post here in case there are any 8.5 10 bolts. Add your screen name and first name to the list below (copy and paste) if you are interested.

Events from Saturday, 8/5/06 (got stuck on an obstacle...backed up the rear diff into a rock...no big deal except I couldn't go forward or back ...so we strapped me to pull me over the rock thinking the rear diff would slide right over...only the rear diff flipped the rock up and poked a hole in the cover) got me searching for a diff rock guard or bomb proof diff cover. All I found were Dana diff guards and covers, nothing for our 10 bolt diffs.

I was about to give up when I ran across the Half Spider Rock Guard by Purple Cranium Products. There normal price is $80.


Chrome cover not included.

Now the good news! I struck a deal with Rick. He agreed to 10% off the regular price of $80 if we can get 20 or more orders. That means a Half Spider Rock Guard for our 10 bolt diffs for just $72 which includes fasteners, a bargain compared to what I went through this last weekend.

The Rock guard is powder coated with Black Hammer-tone. There are all sorts of colors if your into that for an additional $10 to $35 more.

Shipping will be about $11.

You will be able to order and pay directly with PCP via Internet, phone or fax.

DO NOT ORDER ONE! He won't start production until I contact him. I will give more info on ordering after we get a list of names for the Rock Guards.

Rick said once he gets production going it would only be about a week and a half or so to fill your order.

So it's time to step up to the plate and show another vendor that we will support their efforts to supply our ZR2's with parts. This deal only will last until Sept. 29th.

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So I take it there are no 8.5" 10 bolt rear diffs out there?
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So I take it there are no 8.5" 10 bolt rear diffs out there?
sorry, we've all converted over to the 14FF

Ive got one on my daily driver though......
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You would be hard pressed to find a 10 bolt rear around here...probubly are a couple of fronts still around on the little trucks. This is a hard core wheeling page, most people have 3/8" or thicker diff covers on d70's or 14bolts....
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Old 09-11-2006, 08:18 AM   #5 (permalink)
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That's kind of what i figured, but gave it a shot anyway.

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