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    Default Solid differential cover for Dana 44

    I have a differential cover for a Dana 44 from Solid for sale. The cover is used. It has been repainted as shown. It comes with the hardware shown.

    $40+shipping

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    Were you happy with it?? A good product?

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    It worked fine. It's worth noting that although it's tight it does fit with a locker equipped Dana 44.

    The reason I'm replacing it is that after my last change I had a leak. I re-did it and still had a leak. I bought a new cover thinking it possibly might be an issue. However, the problem turned out to be some RTV in a couple of holes that kept the fasteners from going in all the way. It seemed tight but it was enough to let it to seep really slowly.

    I still have a Solid cover on my front axle.
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    Price reduced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tgrt View Post
    It worked fine. It's worth noting that although it's tight it does fit with a locker equipped Dana 44.

    The reason I'm replacing it is that after my last change I had a leak. I re-did it and still had a leak. I bought a new cover thinking it possibly might be an issue. However, the problem turned out to be some RTV in a couple of holes that kept the fasteners from going in all the way. It seemed tight but it was enough to let it to seep really slowly.

    I still have a Solid cover on my front axle.
    So is this defective? Also, do you have the installation hardware for this cover? How much would shipping be to 36695?
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    Quote Originally Posted by centerfieldr162 View Post
    So is this defective? Also, do you have the installation hardware for this cover? How much would shipping be to 36695?
    No, the problem was RTV in the bottom of the holes. I had a leak with the new cover until I resolved that. The bolts pictured are included. I sent you a PM on shipping costs.
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    Did you have to grind away some material to fit with the Stock E locker?

    i am very interested, what is the best price you would do? i think they are like 60 shipped new

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    Quote Originally Posted by elitecontrol View Post
    Did you have to grind away some material to fit with the Stock E locker?

    i am very interested, what is the best price you would do? i think they are like 60 shipped new
    It was sold a long time ago. This thread is over two years old.
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