i wanna know why i had to replace my rear end diff on 2008 Dodge Ram 1500

i have replaced my rear end spider gears once befor around 36000 miles it is now at 63333 miles and i have to replace the entire rear end differential. does anybody know whats up with this trucks rear end?? PLEASE HELP!!!

by in Beacon Falls, CT on January 30, 2011
2 answers 4 comments
ANSWER by , January 30, 2011
definately sounds like a material defect i would be screaming for mfg to cover under warranty
COMMENT by , January 30, 2011
i thought warranty only covers 3 year or 30000 miles
ANSWER by , January 31, 2011
the load you are carrying could be a factor. what was all replaced?? if it was not set up correctly, that would cause pre mature failure. Roy
COMMENT by , January 31, 2011
dont carry much for loads but when i relaced it the first time i just replaced the spider gearswith beefier gears from jawsgears.com
COMMENT by , February 01, 2011
ok, i would check the carrier itself. if it is worn and the teeth mesh is off with the spiders, that will cause the failure. i always recommend using oem parts. aftermarket parts don't always mix well with old parts in the rear.
COMMENT by , February 03, 2011
thank you i am curently replacing it with a rebuilt dealer rear diff. ill post back on how it turns out.