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Heavy duty Diff. covers

K so i had one guy on here ask me if i can get some heavy duty diff. covers... well i talked to one of my local fabricators out here in LA and i got some pics of some nice ones...the SS one is good for basic stuff and it looks really good... but... the heavy duty one is virtually indestructible according to him... the box says 1/4 steel but when i measured it it looked like 5/8th to me......i will be running this deal through april to see what kind of response i can get.. the heavy duty one weighs 18lbs and doesn't have a drain plug.... these will fit the ford 10.5 rear end.. i can get them for any application so let me know if you need a different one....if you have any further questions please ask.....

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Stainless Steel
$130:00 plus shipping

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$280.00 plus shipping

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They look pretty tuff. Can he put some cooling fins on them?

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They look pretty tuff. Can he put some cooling fins on them?
ill call him and ask him tomorrow....
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I dont know how much they actually do, but customers always ask for them. When will you be sending me my set to test out? I will give you that EastCoast opinion lol. I actually like the heavyduty one plain like it is. Paint that sucker to match my Dark Red. I bet it wouldnt cost much to have those powder coated black. You should put a Stealth emblem on there. Market that baby.

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I dont know how much they actually do, but customers always ask for them. When will you be sending me my set to test out? I will give you that EastCoast opinion lol. I actually like the heavyduty one plain like it is. Paint that sucker to match my Dark Red. I bet it wouldnt cost much to have those powder coated black. You should put a Stealth emblem on there. Market that baby.
good idea... ill have to talk to a powder coater and see how much he will charge me to do it...
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Raul, looks good! Very good. How about a drain plug?

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Raul, looks good! Very good. How about a drain plug?
i asked but he said he wouldnt put one in...
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k so i talked to him today and this is what he had to say about: said he wont put a drain plug in it because itll become the weak link to the cover... if you hit it just right on a rock itll break so he wont do it... now about the fins he said it wont make a difference on the steel one... said on aluminum like the maghyt ones it helps just a lil but not on steel... so i guess let me know if they are interested in any of these....
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Man if the heavy ones had a drain i would be sending you some money, its just i dont want to have to break the seal to drain the fluid.

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