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Where to buy rear diff cover?

I keep looking at my local parts stores. Napa/Advanced Auto parts and they do not carry a rear diff cover for a 2000 f250 7.3. Anybody know who carries them?

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i think you can order the 08 one from ford its aluminum

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I keep looking at my local parts stores. Napa/Advanced Auto parts and they do not carry a rear diff cover for a 2000 f250 7.3. Anybody know who carries them?

Thanks!
mind if i ask where u got your bed cover from? and what u paid? thx

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If you dont want to upgrade, you can have my old one for the cost of shipping

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Does that one have a drain plug?

Here is one I have bookmarked that has a drainplug.
Riffraff Diesel: 08 Superduty Rear Diff Cover

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I just typed in 10.5 sterling diff cover on google and that was the first thing I saw.

I was just stating there are upgrades for less then the cost of buying an OEM one from ford.
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mind if i ask where u got your bed cover from? and what u paid? thx
I bought the truck used, sorry I don't know how much the bed cover costs or where it was purchased.



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Thanks for all of the replies, this is a great forum!

I have found a local auto parts store that has them in stock at their warehouse CAP Auto parts. 29.99 Dorman diff cover. Now I know that I need 75W140 Synthetic oil and I believe I need friction modifier because the stamp on the rear end is 3L73.

Thanks again!



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yeap, l means limited slip

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