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post #1 of 12 Old 03-28-2007, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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Differential Cover for the superduty?

Any recommendations or pics?

Im looking for chrome or aluminum

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I have the Mag-hytec on mine. It added about three qts (I think) of diff. fluid, has fins and is aluminum.

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Diff. Cover- Heavy steel-NOT Aluminum

Yea, I'm looking for a diff cover too, but not aluminum.
(Smash one rock and it's History)
Anybody got one that's not stock or aluminum?
Pennsylvania proof?

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You could keep the stocker, or get something like a Mag Hytec and then make yourself some diff armor?
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i like the look of the mag-hytec also oasis makes a black one that says super duty,im also trying to decide what one to put on mine

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I put a MagHytec on mine and it is a very good quality cover. It comes with stainless hardware and uses an o-ring vs a gasket plus the additional fluid capacity.

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plus a dip stick i think? cool feature.im glad this was brougt up i posted for the same info and had no replys i will more than likely go with the mag-hytec.

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I just put a Mag Hytec on my f350 2 days ago. Awesome quality it adds 3qts of capacity. Has a magnetic drain plug. The dipstick is magnetic to help remove metal in suspension in the oil. Filled it with Amsoil 75-140 and 8oz of amsoil diff lock.

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I think dynatrac offers one, supposed to be stronger for off road use just fyi.
I don't know if adds capacity though, I'm sure one of the vendors here sells them and could help you out.

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dynatrac cover is super strong.

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otherwise 4 wheelparts has one for 165.
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