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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-04-2018, 04:15 AM Thread Starter
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Gale Banks testing diff covers

So Gale Banks has been doing a series of videos comparing different diff covers to the stock diff cover. He is long winded at times but a lot of good info from this series so far.


the list should update as they continue the series if not I will try and keep updates coming.

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Re: Gale Banks testing diff covers

I've actually been watching these as they upload them. Interesting stuff. Makes a lot of sense though.

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Re: Gale Banks testing diff covers

Yeah i thought about an aftermarket cover before but never bit the bullet and bought one. now I am happy to have a stock like cover on there. I did have to replace my cover but went back with a stock style for price and availability. I want to see the dyno results that he gets from the different pans.

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Re: Gale Banks testing diff covers

the one where he used the clear cover to demonstrate where the fluid is channeled was really cool


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