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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-27-2000, 04:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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LPW Differential Cover

Has anybody heard of the LPW Differential Cover? If so, do you know where I could get one? I am also planning on buying a Superlift Superunner 6 inch lift kit, has anybody else bought this kit and would know where I can get the best deal?

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Re: LPW Differential Cover

Describe the cover (Inspection Plate) What does it look like? What are its characheristics? I am not familiar with LPW.

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I think I've seen them in a magazine? They are similiar to the Trick Flow differential cover on page 157 in the new Summit Racing Catalog (If you have the catalog). That's about all I know, beside the fact that they are BAD ASS!
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Re: LPW Differential Cover

If that is the type of cover you are talking about. You can see mine at my webpage.

www.users.uswest.net/~ejtachell

Click on the Ford emblem and choose Rebuilding the Ford 8.8" rear end. I used that trussed cover with the bearing preload bolts. Works good so far. Hope this is what you are looking for.

Eric R. Tachell

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Yeah just like that. That looks sweet! What brand is that?

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Its Summit Racing\'s Home Brand

It is Summit's home brand. I'm sure they still sell it, but in the last couple of racing catalogs I have seen the Trick Flo brand advertised. It is the same thing, except for minor cosmetic differences. It has smaller ribs between the large gussets to make it look like cooling fins and it actually has the brand label cast into the unit. Same price and the bearing preload setup is the same. Its about 3/4 inch thick at the flange. Very stout unit. That along with the rest of the mods I did to my rearend make it stronger that a 3/4 Ton rear end and not far off from a Dana 60, but I don't have the weight and size of a Dana 60 to worry about now.

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