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Mag-Hytech Rear and Front Diff Covers

Does anyone have them?? I think they look sweet so if ya got some pics post em up...

But my real question is...

What part# is for the back, and what part# is for the front diff?? Or what type of axle is in the back and what type is in the front?? Thanks!


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You have a sterling 10.5 in the rear and a D60 in the front...

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got them on my 06 f-250 rear diff and tranny !! will snap some pics later !
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I thought Ford still did SOME Dana 80's in the rear?
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I dont know if you can see them but u might be able to..
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I thought Ford still did SOME Dana 80's in the rear?
yeah, only in the dual rear wheel F350s

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I have a good buddy that has them on the rear end and transmission of his truck. I was impressed with the quality and really like the dip sticks and drain plugs. we installed them on a really cold night. a few months latter he had found that all the bolts were lose and the seal was leaking a little bit. which is weird , because we used a thread cleaning spray, blue lock tight and a torque wrench. however he now has over 100k miles on them and has had no other problems....over all there worth the money!
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Does anyone have them?? I think they look sweet so if ya got some pics post em up...

But my real question is...

What part# is for the back, and what part# is for the front diff?? Or what type of axle is in the back and what type is in the front?? Thanks!


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What was the question? I keep getting side tracked by your avatar. :Thumbup:
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What was the question? I keep getting side tracked by your avatar. :Thumbup:

He asked a question? I couldn't understand my sudden urge for wine!:Thumbup:

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Ha Ha this is a funny post

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What was the question? I keep getting side tracked by your avatar. :Thumbup:
You guys kill me :Thumbup:
I was interested in my "rear end" too. (along with hers ).

2008 F-450. I would like to buy covers for both diffs, but do not know poop about the truck.
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