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Because the Dana 44 differential has so many uses and variations, read the pdf file on PML Covers for Dana 44 differentials below for more information on what to check before replacing your stock cover.
The Dana 44 differential is found on many vehicles beginning in the 1940´s and is still used today. For example, Jeep CJ 1941-1975 rear ends and Ford Bronco 1966-1979 front ends are typically Dana 44s. There are several versions of Dana 44 differentials so please check your vehicle carefully to verify shape, number of bolts, clearance, and level check hole location.
Do not use this cover on: 2009 and newer Jeeps or GM front ends. In 2009, Jeep changed the design of the rear axles and added a vent so a PML cover will not work on newer models.
Using on Front End
If you are planning to use this on a front differential, be sure you have enough room in all positions. The steering linkage moves forward and backward (in addition to side to side) as you turn the steering wheel. Reference this cover's dimensions.
Drain Hole, Fill Hole, Level Check Hole
This cover has three holes. The bottom hole is a drain hole. The plug at the top is used to fill the differential. The one on the side is left open when filling to let you know when the differential is full. Once oil starts to drip out the side hole, it's full.
This PML cover for the Dana 44 has been installed on a variety of vehicles: 1500 Dodge Rams, Ford F250 and F350 trucks, Chevy Blazers, Jeeps, and GMCs.
PML Differential Cover Features:
- Increased oil capacity for cooler temperatures
- Sand-cast aluminum with raised fins
- 3/16-inch thick wall construction to add strength to differential housing
- 3/8-inch thick gasket flange will not bend when bolts are tightened
- Machined gasket surface for a secure seal using RTV or factory reusable gasket
- Oil changes without removing the cover
- All hardware provided, including magnetic drain plug