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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-20-2009, 02:39 PM Thread Starter
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I was looking at the new rear diff-cover from a 2010 F350 SRW, SB,CC
who knows if that diff-cover fits on a 06, F250,SRW,SB,CC with 10,25/10.50
axle.
It is made from aluminium and looks quiet better then the stock ones, the price for the alu one is around 90$ cad. so i thought it will be good deal since it has a drain plug and cooling fin's.

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Re: rear diff-cover

If they are still useing the 10.5 stearling it should fit .

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yes they do

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Re: rear diff-cover

who knows if they come with an o-ring seal or the usual crap?

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My 08 cover came with nothing. I ordered a diff cover gasket from work . Have yet to put it on.

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Re: rear diff-cover

Here's the whole setup from PDP for $80.. You can buy the cover separately, but keep in mind you'll need new hardware, as the alum covers are thicker..
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You will need bolts that are min 1/4" longer but 1/2" longer is preferred.


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why nobody told me earlier about it?????

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I was looking at the new rear diff-cover from a 2010 F350 SRW, SB,CC
who knows if that diff-cover fits on a 06, F250,SRW,SB,CC with 10,25/10.50
axle.
It is made from aluminium and looks quiet better then the stock ones, the price for the alu one is around 90$ cad. so i thought it will be good deal since it has a drain plug and cooling fin's.

Here is my recent diff cover change...purchased from FTEPARTSGUY.com for $45.

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