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A Cover for Dana 44 Differentials
For Ford trucks and Jeeps, PML announces an aftermarket Dana 44 differential cover with a classic straight fins and strong sand cast aluminum construction.
By: PML, Inc.
In this aftermarket cover, the thick walls add strength to the differential housing. The thick gasket flange provides for a secure, leak-free seal. The aluminum material and the fins allow for heat dissipation to transfer heat out of the differential fluid.
The Dana 44 differential has many applications in 1940s to 1980s vehicles. For example, this differential cover will fit the front end on 1960s and 70s Ford F100, F250, and F350, the front end on 1970s and 80s Jeep Wagoneer and Cherokee, and the rear end on 1940s to 70s Jeep CJ and some Jaguars.
The cover has a drain hole for less messy fluid changes and a magnetic drain plug to collect any metal bits, keeping the differential fluid cleaner. There is also a level check hole.
Made in the USA.
PML offers this differential cover in three finishes: cast aluminum, black powder coat with shaved fins, and polished. The PML part number is 11069. Pictures and dimensions are available on our webpage: http://www.yourcovers.com/
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In 1986, PML began by providing dimensional inspection, prototyping, tooling, reverse engineering, and CAD modeling to the manufacturing industry. In 1998, PML began the transition to the automotive aftermarket with the design and manufacture of Cadillac® valve covers. Today, PML offers more than 100 pans and covers. All PML products are designed and manufactured in the USA. PML's website http://www.yourcovers.com provides information on all PML products. PML is a member of SEMA.