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post #1 of 11 Old 05-04-2007, 12:01 PM Thread Starter
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Got this for $50..



now, it didn't some with any bolts. Do I need longer bolts for this or can I just buy some stock shiny bolts?
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where did you get it for 50 bucks

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where did you get it for 50 bucks
A guy bought it and never used it because he sold his truck. He just wanted it out of his house, lol.
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bummer i was hopin there were more available at that price

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For length, just put the stock screws through the cover and look at how long the threads stick out past the mating surface - obvious if they should be used or not. The stock screw heads may not fit in those counter-bores either.

IMO, that cover is designed to be used with different screws or I would atleast get some better grade screws (stainless) of the same thread pitch, size and correct length, typically allen head cap screws would've came with something like that, since practically every aftermarket diff. cover manufacturer supplies their covers with cap screws for install most of the time.

I know Mag Hytec does, and I know TA-Girldes come with em'.
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that is what I would do. Get some SS allen screws.

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thanx for the help.
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I generally put a dab of anti-seize on the each of the screws going back in the housing too.
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I generally put a dab of anti-seize on the each of the screws going back in the housing too.
Especily if the screws are SS. i work with SS all the time if thay dont get never sesed thay don't come out with out braking stuff !
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Yeah you will probobly have some dissimilar metal corrosion going on with the ss screws, so some antisieze is in order

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