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Polished Aluminum Differential Cover - Dana 44

Dana 44 - Polished Aluminum Differential Cover - - Choose from over 32 different colors, drain/fill plugs and gasket type. Fill Plug and Fasteners Included.


Dana 44, 8.5 RG, 10 Bolt differentials. Used on the front of the following vehicles: Ford 1959-1979 1/2 Ton (F-100/F-150), 1980-1996 1/2 Ton (F-150); Dodge 1974-1993 Ramcharger, 1980-2001 1/2 Ton (W150/1500), 1988-1995 3/4 Ton (2500 Light Duty); International Harvester 1971-1980 Scout; Jeep 1974-1991 Wagoneer, 1974-1983 CJ-5/7, 2003-2010 TJ Wrangler Rubicon On the rear of these following vehicles; Jeep 2003-2010 Wrangler Rubicon, 1997-2006 Wrangler, (optional: available starting 07/07/1997), 2007-present Wrangler (optional on 2007, standard '08-present), 2007-Present Jeep Unlimited. IHC Scout 1971-1980. The Dana 44 axle has been widely used by numerous manufactures on numerous models, it is the most widely used axle for four wheel drive vehicles. Do not get this confused with the Dana 44A widely used on the Grand Cherokee SRT8 , The Dana 44 on this page measures aprox. 9.5" across (wide).

Still not sure what model your vehicle requires? You can e-mail us 24/7 at sales@purplecranium.com or call 517-545-0032, we will help you out.
Pricing: $146.99

Customize Your Item

- Powder Coat Colors for Cover -
 * required
- Aluminum Fins -
 * required
- Existing Fill Plug Option -
 * required
- Gasket -
 * required


PCP lets you build your Chrome Differential Cover here on our site; choose the color, drain and/or fill plug and gasket type.


*Powder Coating - Over 32 different colors to choose from, from clear to textures and everything in-between.
It is a difference you can actually feel!

* Drain Plug - Our supplier does not offer this differential cover with a drain plugs in them, for this reason we offer this
option. Automakers suggest changing you gear lubricant once every 15,000 miles (about a year of driving).
The only way to drain your lubricant without this option is to remove the complete cover and let drain, scrape
and replace gasket and reinstall new gasket, install and torque all fasteners. With a drain plug in place you
remove one (1) bolt let drain and replace that one bolt…hands do not even get dirty.

* Fill Plug - Some factories do have fill plugs in the differential covers, if yours does not order this option to make
maintenance easy. Taking into consideration all the fluids used in a vehicle the axles are the least maintained.

* Magnetic Fill Plug - This will trap the small metal particles that could potentially damage and prematurely wear
the differential components. When changing your gear lube simple clean the magnet off before reinstalling.

*Gasket - Let's face it some of us do not like gaskets on our oil pans, valve covers or your differential covers, etc.
And yet others swear by them (the auto factories do). Other will only use RTV (Room Temperature Vulcanizing
elastomer sealant). Rather than include and charge you for a gasket that may never be used we leave the decision to you.



Shipping Information

  • Item Requires Shipping
  • 8.0 lbs.
  • W12.0000” x H6.0000” x L12.0000”
  • $2.00