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It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a beefier Can-am Defender front differential or you’re simply trying to find differential parts and components, at Everything Can-Am Offroad, we’ve got the best front differential replacements for Can-am Defenders. Did you blow out the CV cups in your front differential? Have you busted your front differential case? If you’re on the hunt for Can-am Defender front differential components, you’ve come to the right place. And if your front differential is busted beyond repair, we have complete replacement differentials as well as front differentials from aftermarket UTV parts providers as well. Halo Lockers’ Halo 30 differential, for example, will stand up behind the biggest of tires under the heaviest of feet. This billet front UTV differential is pretty much bulletproof, and the manufacturers claim that it will outlast the rest of the bike; a true 4×4 differential. Unlike stock front differentials for the Can-am Defender, aftermarket differentials typically have a larger axle size and run much bigger spiders and inner splines.

 

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If you do decide on a complete aftermarket front differential assembly, make sure to spec out and anticipate any possible dimensional changes. Some aftermarket front differentials sit the machine higher, therefore increasing the angle at which the axle operates. Others, however, are dimensionally the same as the stock differential, just much more dense and meaty in stress-prone areas. So if you’re front differential keeps cracking, fracturing, or outright breaking, upgrading it will defiantly help. Alternatively, you can also protect your differentials from water damage by snorkeling them. For the Defender XT, the front differential vent line is on the left side of the machine. Open up the hood on the front and get a flashlight, you should be able to see it. On the XMR the front differential vent line goes up the front driver side corner of the roll cage, and on the Lonestar it’s under the driver fender… way up in there. You can see the clear hose if you lift the hood and look into the hole on the right side. Whether you’re trying to protect your front differential or replace it, here at Everything Can-Am Offroad, we’ve got the components and complete front differentials for the Can-am Defender.

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