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    Dana Tag

    I need a Dana 44, 3.73 (41-11) tag. Anyone know where to get one or anyone have a spare?

    Thanks,

    Len

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    Jerry Kurtz makes them. jerezstude here on the forum.

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    Thanks.........I'll check in later and see if he shows up.

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    Do you need just the tag or the rear end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkapteyn View Post
    Do you need just the tag or the rear end?
    The "Tag" is what I'm after. I have a 44 that I changed the ratios so now I would like to have the matching tag.

    Len

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    there is 2 tags one showing TT and one showing 373 the 44 is part of the casting on the housing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by candbstudebakers View Post
    there is 2 tags one showing TT and one showing 373 the 44 is part of the casting on the housing.
    Whatever tags were on a Dana 44 with a 3.73 (41-11) ratio. Having the TT would be a nice extra,. The 44 now has a LSD, as I have added an Auburn unit, as well as Moser flanged axles. It's not for a restoration as the insides are not original Studebaker issue and I also have an alloy cover, so the tags are just something extra so as to inform any who want to know or work on the unit in the future. They may look out of place on the alloy cover anyway.

    Len

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