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Carbing Rear Differential Cover

$249.99
• Easy installation
• Made of 5mm thick A2017 aluminum
• Durable and lightweight

Carbing is a brand name of Okuyama and is a symbol of high-performance aftermarket parts. They offer high-quality made-in-Japan products. Their chassis reinforcement products are probably the most known in the market.

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Product made by CARBING to protect the rear differential against road surface or rocks. Made especially for the Subaru BRZ, Toyota 86 & Scion FR-S.

Additional Information

BrandCarbing
ApplicationScion FR-S, Subaru BRZ, Toyota 86
Country of ManufactureJapan
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Questions on Carbing Rear Differential Cover

  • From Aidan at 1/16/2015 4:35 PM
    • Since the rear differential is where the jack point is, and this firmly covers the diff, is this durable enough to bear the load of the jack and car? It does not seem like it could carry most of the car weight. Does this mean you'd need to remove and reinstall every time you jacked the car up? I'd be substantially less interested in having this on outside of track days if it complicates doing otherwise quick work on the car. Thanks.
    • Hello,

      Here is the answer from Carbing:

      If the you avoid the area around the hole (to exchange differential oil), you don’t need to remove the cover. They recommend using the rear area behind the hole.

      Hope it makes sense!

      Thanks!
    • Do you find this question helpful?  Yes   No

Description

Details

Product made by CARBING to protect the rear differential against road surface or rocks. Made especially for the Subaru BRZ, Toyota 86 & Scion FR-S.

Product Questions

Questions on Carbing Rear Differential Cover

  • From Aidan at 1/16/2015 4:35 PM
    • Since the rear differential is where the jack point is, and this firmly covers the diff, is this durable enough to bear the load of the jack and car? It does not seem like it could carry most of the car weight. Does this mean you'd need to remove and reinstall every time you jacked the car up? I'd be substantially less interested in having this on outside of track days if it complicates doing otherwise quick work on the car. Thanks.
    • Hello,

      Here is the answer from Carbing:

      If the you avoid the area around the hole (to exchange differential oil), you don’t need to remove the cover. They recommend using the rear area behind the hole.

      Hope it makes sense!

      Thanks!
    • Do you find this question helpful?  Yes   No

Specification

Additional Information

BrandCarbing
ApplicationScion FR-S, Subaru BRZ, Toyota 86
Country of ManufactureJapan

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