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Dana 35 Cover to 07506?
Dan do these covers also have a warranty or no? just wondering

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Dana 35 Cover to 07506?
Dan do these covers also have a warranty or no? just wondering
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All sales are NOT final, if you have a problem with an item we made let us know and we will replace it, we at RuffStuff use the strongest Steel in the business but we do understand everything is breakable. However, if you believe it was installed correctly and used appropriately and you still break it, send it back and we will replace it. However, if you are the guy that uses a .25 shock tab as the cornerstone of his extremely light weight link setup and it breaks, well, you asked for it buddy.

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Trust me though, you won't need to worry about a warranty on any of these differential covers. Toughest covers in the market!
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Warantee?

These Diff Covers have always had an unlimited lifetime guarantee, no questions asked...

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Time to button it up with something that can take whatever you throw at it!

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We now make 12 different covers...

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These were the first 3/8" thick covers 8 years ago, today most other companies are making theirs out of 3/8" too!

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Do you have a cover for the Dana 44a?

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I'm sorry but we do not, I feel it is just too flexible for hard use...

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Nice lazy weekend here, hope you took it easy like I did!

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The Original 3/8" Ruffstuff Diff Cover!

Time to ditch the stock paper thin cover you were using and upgrade to a real diff cover !!

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Nothing wrong with stock, as long as you stay on the highway

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