I got a Spicer 44 rear axle on my Cherokee, I was thinking about getting some differential covers, maybe Riddler's covers for a Dana 44. Would those covers also fit a Spicer 44? I know they are pretty much the same, but if I recall correctly Spicer 44 is a bit bigger and beefier then a Dana 44 so I was wondering if the covers would fit.
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It is a Dana 44. Spicer is the division of Dana that make driveline parts like u-joints, thus Dana Spicer axles and parts. Any Dana 44 cover will fit any Dana 44.
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