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8.8 to 7.5???

Quick question, a 8.8 diff. cover will not fit on a 7.5 differential right? Im in a big argument with a friend who thinks they are. Let me know if true.

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Not certain i think the hole side would be different so i wouldnt think it would work its a different axle if im not mistaking but im not positive
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That's what I was thinking. He seems to think there the same.
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its like the kids at school syaing the flywheel on a engine is on the frount of an engine
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No, they're a slightly different shape. Although the axleshafts will interchange between the 28 spline 8.8 and the 7.5 along with a few other parts.
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