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Toyota T100, 1995 and Newer Tacoma and 1999-2006 Tundra Heavy Duty Differential Cover

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B4W0008K
Toyota T100, 1995 and Newer Tacoma and 1999-2006 Tundra Heavy Duty Differential Cover
Toyota Rusted Leaking Rear Axle Repair
Your Price: $105.00
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This cover will fit.

1993-1998 Toyota T100 Truck
1999-2006 Toyota Tundra
2001-2007 Sequoia
1995-2014 Toyota Tacoma without locking rear differential (E-locker)
2003-2009 4 Runner

Barnes 4WD is proud to introduce the first Toyota Diff Cover that offers complete protection for your third member, maximizes clearance and increases fluid capacity. This cover is not your typical cap that you just weld over the thin stock housing. With our cover you completely remove the factory cap (a quick job with a cut off wheel) and weld a laser cut and bent ¼" plate steel cover in its place. This is a little more work but the payoff is worth it for the total coverage and increased oil capacity. Covers ship fully welded with a large fill plug so all you have to do is prep your axle and weld it on! The fill plug uses a 9/16 allen wrench.  This is also the most economical fix for a rusted leaking Toyota rear axle.  This cover looks slightly different than the factory cover, but rest assured it will fit the applications listed below.



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This cover will fit.

1993-1998 Toyota T100 Truck
1999-2006 Toyota Tundra
2001-2007 Sequoia
1995-2014 Toyota Tacoma without locking rear differential (E-locker)
2003-2009 4 Runner

Barnes 4WD is proud to introduce the first Toyota Diff Cover that offers complete protection for your third member, maximizes clearance and increases fluid capacity. This cover is not your typical cap that you just weld over the thin stock housing. With our cover you completely remove the factory cap (a quick job with a cut off wheel) and weld a laser cut and bent ¼" plate steel cover in its place. This is a little more work but the payoff is worth it for the total coverage and increased oil capacity. Covers ship fully welded with a large fill plug so all you have to do is prep your axle and weld it on! The fill plug uses a 9/16 allen wrench.  This is also the most economical fix for a rusted leaking Toyota rear axle.  This cover looks slightly different than the factory cover, but rest assured it will fit the applications listed below.



5 Stars
Mr.
It has been a couple of months since I had the Barnes HD diff cover installed and it is doing its job - NO MORE JB Weld! This was the first install of one of these covers by Rowland Street Garage and although I had to convince them to install it they couldn’t have been happier with the results and knowing they have a happy customer. The cover will outlast the rest of the truck but that is OK. Great product! I am going to send a picture in an email to show the cover installed.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Greenfield Center, NY. on 8/22/2018
5/5
5 Stars
Awesome
A+ Item, The rear diff no longer leaks a drop made of THICK steel and will probably out last the rest of the truck. Awesome alternative to replacing the whole rear axle with an old one from a yard.
Reviewed by:  from HYDE PARK. on 6/13/2018
5/5
5 Stars
Mr.
2004 Toyota Tundra rear diff cover. Awesome product. When I opened the box I was extremely impressed. This cover will outlive the truck. Fit perfectly.
Reviewed by:  from Pine Bush, NY. on 12/24/2017
5/5
5 Stars
A lot of work, but worth it
I have read of folks doing this in an afternoon. If you can, you are a better man than I am. It took a while, but it’s very much worth the time and effort. All said and done, my truck was off the road for two weeks, but I did brakes too. I needed to replace virtually everything I touched. FWIW, I had my frame replaced and did a complete brake job (replaced everything, including the e-brake with all new bellcrank hardware etc) in 2012; 40K ago. You may find that you have other things that need to be addressed as well. Dropping the rear was not a big deal, use plenty of penetrating oil beforehand. You may want to consider replacing your brake lines and bellcrank boots as well. I had no choice. Once the rear was down and third member out it was fairly easy to cut. I tried a plasma cutter, but there was too much rust to sustain an arc. Die grinder didn’t work very well either, but the reciprocating saw went through it like butter. Once off it needs to be ground. You’re going to do a LOT of grinding. The cover did not sit flush, but I didn’t want to grind away at it for fear of taking too much off and having the diff hit the cover, so I started with my stick welder. I’m not very good with a welder so the weld looked terrible. I ground it down and went over it again, then repeated a couple times with my little mig. I wanted a fluid tight weld. I tested it by filling the rear with water and looking for leaks. If you fill it to the axle tubes you are above the weld. After much grinding and re-welding I finally got the cover to hold water… I think. I then cleaned it up with laquer thinner and hit it with the sand blaster to give the metal some bite. That was followed with 2 tubes of JB Weld SteelStick, applying a good coat over the entire weld. I feel that should fix any pinholes I may have left. Then I replaced the axle seals and o-rings and raised it back up again. All in all I spent a couple days fussing with the rear, the rest of the time fussing with everything else… what a mess. But I highly recommend this fix. The fill hole looks like a 9/16 allen wrench, but another blogger said it is 14mm. I have a 9/16 wrench coming from eBay, I’ll take a bit off it if I have to. I was able to get the plug in and out with a ½ inch but its sloppy.
Reviewed by:  from Connecticut. on 9/6/2017
5/5
5 Stars
Works great!
Beefy cover. Bit of a job to cut off old cover (I was worried about cutting into the gears underneath). But just took it bit by bit. Would be easier the 2nd time, but there won't be one. The cover will surely outlast the rest of the truck. The fit was fine, had to bend the hard brake line that runs across the axle just a bit to make room. Gave my welder a work out, though I am an amateur at best. 7 out of 10 difficulty for seasoned wrenchor/amateur welder.
Reviewed by:  from TROY. on 9/30/2016
5/5
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