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Old June 10th, 2010, 02:34 PM
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I was going to use the ARB covers if I was going to put ARB lockers.

The people at ARB usa never asnwered my question as to have a compatible cover for front DI/RRC/D90-110
They claim the rear is Salibury will work

Only available in Red and comes with a dipstick to meassure the fluid
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Old June 10th, 2010, 03:38 PM
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If it is not clear.... They work with a Salisbury axle. The Salisbury axle is a Dana 60. It is used on the rear of 110s and 130s until around 2005? or so. The cover bolts are a different size to normal Dana 60s, though. Normal Dana 60s use 3/8" bolts. Salisburys use 10mm. You will need to get your own bolts.
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I got my ARB diff cover today and in the instructions Land Rover is listed as an application. Now to get the correct bolts and get the locker installed. The cover might be expensive but wow is it heavy duty.

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Well it took me two and a half years but I finall got mine installed. Looks great IMO
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Looks good Eric!
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Looks good Eric!
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Old November 6th, 2012, 02:37 PM
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Well kind of. The diff cover look nice but the rest of the under carriage could use some pressurewashing.

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Well it took me two and a half years but I finall got mine installed. Looks great IMO
I know this is old, but why make a new thread when this already has great info?

M10 x 20mm bolts but what head did you use, socket cap screw or hex? 1.5 pitch, I assume. Looks like the ARB comes with 3/8 socket cap screws. 25ft/lbs is the rec torque that I found.
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ARB Dana 60 cover to Salisbury Diff ($200):

4x m10x40mm cap screws
6x m10x20mm cap screws

Summit Racing and other generic / Ford F-350 covers ($30, steel, chromed or painted):
10x m10x20mm hex bolts

Gasket: used permatex 99070 the right stuff gasket maker, allowed it to dry on the diff cover prior to installing.

Total time: 1hr in two stages. I wire wheeled the diff and axle prior to breaking the seal on the differential, applied phosphoric acid, and then finished with a coat of por-15.
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ARB Dana 60 cover to Salisbury Diff ($200)

Yes expensive, but ability to check fluid level via dipstick: Priceless!
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Old March 19th, 2016, 12:28 PM
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Agreed, a nice feature. Luckily, my 110 came with a new ARB cover just waiting for installation. Once I figured out the bolts per above, the task was simple!
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