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Old 04-05-2013, 09:14 AM
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'08+ differential cover gasket

I am picking up the finned aluminum cover today, while searching the web i came across a gasket for this cover for $6.99, but everyone i see uses a permatex gasket maker. Is there an advantage to permatex over a gasket?
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Old 04-05-2013, 09:29 AM
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Other than that gasket supposedly being reuseable iirc, they do the same thing tho
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Old 04-05-2013, 09:40 AM
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I use right stuff gasket maker. Works awesome. U can make 15 or more diff cover gaskets with one can. Ur diff cover gasket u only get one. More bang for ur buck with gasket maker
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What gear oil is everyone running? So many options, any suggestions?
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75w 140......
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Old 04-05-2013, 10:38 AM
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Any specific brand? blended or full synthetic?
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I use right stuff gasket maker. Works awesome. U can make 15 or more diff cover gaskets with one can. Ur diff cover gasket u only get one. More bang for ur buck with gasket maker
The Right Stuff works great.

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Any specific brand? blended or full synthetic?
No specific brand. Just 75w140 full synthetic.
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Sounds good, it may be kinda late to be asking this, but the 08 cover will fit on my dually right? i see a lot of dually on here with it, but everywhere i look it says will fit '86-'12 SRW
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Old 04-05-2013, 11:31 AM
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Sounds good, it may be kinda late to be asking this, but the 08 cover will fit on my dually right? i see a lot of dually on here with it, but everywhere i look it says will fit '86-'12 SRW
What is the part number of the one you bought? The dually axle takes a different cover I believe.
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8C3Z-4033-A, got if off a write up from a guy who has a 97 short bed 4x4 dually, so he obviously did a dually conversion but that means he would have to have a dually axle, i read somewhere that the OBS duallies still had the stearling 10.25 it wasnt until '99 that they started using the Dana 80, this would be real easy if i had my truck right now. haha
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