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I'm looking for a heavy duty,thicker,SFI rated flex plate for a 92 dodge Cummins .44663201 is the engine #.I would like to pay with Visa if possible.Cummins in Canada can't get one and they don't even have a listing.I've phoned three different tranny shops,B.D.,ITS,no help.If you have what I need Ph.250-423-4523 or email.Thanks Steve.
 

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Did you check eBay and PATC? PATC sells quite a few of them on eBay.
 

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2nd gens use the same plate. I linked one in the other thread from EBAY. They're only $100 for an SFI.
 

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Piers Diesel in BC Canada
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2nd gens use the same plate. I linked one in the other thread from EBAY. They're only $100 for an SFI.
Yes I tried that.Hard to deal with,I tried to get some confirmation with numbers to make sure I was getting exactly what I needed and they said visa # first,I don't think so.D&E said they have one.The tech said we may have to change out our torque converter due to the extra thickness of the flex?Thanks for the info.
 

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Yes, the thicker second gen flex will fit (same with the SFI)

I don't know why PDR don't have it. I got mine from there. You could also use the Cummins item. Do you know the part number? I have it.
 

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Not all aftermarket plates for second gens will fit in the first gen. A stock second gen plate fits into a first gen... But some aftermarket second gen plates, like the Suncoast, will not fit into a first gen.
 

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start a new thread in the "Request a Quote" forum and i am sure our sponsors can get you a great deal on one :thumbsup
 
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