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PRW VALVE COVER ALUM FABRICATED DODGE 5.2L/5.9L 1992-2003 and JEEP 5.2L/5.9L 1993-98 Satin Silver Pair

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VALVE COVER ALUM FABRICATED DODGE 5.2L/5.9L 1992-2003 and JEEP 5.2L/5.9L 1993-98 Satin Silver Pair
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VALVE COVER ALUM FABRICATED DODGE 5.2L/5.9L 1992-2003 and JEEP 5.2L/5.9L 1993-98 Satin Silver Pair
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1995 DODGE RAM 1500

  • Liter: 5.9
  • SubModel: RUNNER
  • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
  • Fitment Notes: Aluminum; Fabricated Billet Rail; Satin Silver Anodized
  • CUI: 360
  • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.9L / 360 )
  • Engine Vin: -

1998 DODGE DAKOTA

  • Liter: 5.2
  • SubModel: SPORT
  • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
  • Fitment Notes: Aluminum; Fabricated Billet Rail; Satin Silver Anodized
  • CUI: 318
  • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.2L / 318 )
  • Engine Vin: Y

1999 DODGE DURANGO

  • Liter: 5.2
  • SubModel: SLT
  • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
  • Fitment Notes: Aluminum; Fabricated Billet Rail; Satin Silver Anodized
  • CUI: 318
  • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.2L / 318 )
  • Engine Vin: Y

1994 DODGE RAM 3500

  • Liter: 5.9
  • SubModel: BASE
  • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
  • Fitment Notes: Aluminum; Fabricated Billet Rail; Satin Silver Anodized
  • CUI: 360
  • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.9L / 360 )
  • Engine Vin: 5

2000 DODGE RAM 1500

  • Liter: 5.2
  • SubModel: ST
  • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
  • Fitment Notes: Aluminum; Fabricated Billet Rail; Satin Silver Anodized
  • CUI: 318
  • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.2L / 318 )
  • Engine Vin: Y

1996 DODGE RAM 1500

  • Liter: 5.2
  • SubModel: CUSTOM
  • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
  • Fitment Notes: Aluminum; Fabricated Billet Rail; Satin Silver Anodized
  • CUI: 318
  • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.2L / 318 )
  • Engine Vin: -

1997 DODGE RAM 1500

  • Liter: 5.2
  • SubModel: ST
  • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
  • Fitment Notes: Aluminum; Fabricated Billet Rail; Satin Silver Anodized
  • CUI: 318
  • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.2L / 318 )
  • Engine Vin: Y

1993 DODGE RAMCHARGER

  • Liter: 5.2
  • SubModel: CANYON SPORT
  • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
  • Fitment Notes: Aluminum; Fabricated Billet Rail; Satin Silver Anodized
  • CUI: 318
  • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.2L / 318 )
  • Engine Vin: Y

1997 DODGE B2500

  • Liter: 5.2
  • SubModel: BASE
  • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
  • Fitment Notes: Aluminum; Fabricated Billet Rail; Satin Silver Anodized
  • CUI: 318
  • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.2L / 318 )
  • Engine Vin: Y

2002 DODGE RAM 1500 VAN

  • Liter: 5.2
  • SubModel: SLT
  • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
  • Fitment Notes: Aluminum; Fabricated Billet Rail; Satin Silver Anodized
  • CUI: 318
  • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.2L / 318 )
  • Engine Vin: -

2002 DODGE DURANGO

  • Liter: 5.9
  • SubModel: R/T
  • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
  • Fitment Notes: Aluminum; Fabricated Billet Rail; Satin Silver Anodized
  • CUI: 360
  • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.9L / 360 )
  • Engine Vin: Z

1997 DODGE RAM 1500

  • Liter: 5.9
  • SubModel: LT
  • Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
  • Fitment Notes: Aluminum; Fabricated Billet Rail; Satin Silver Anodized
  • CUI: 360
  • Engine Type: V8 ( 5.9L / 360 )
  • Engine Vin: Z
228-4036000 is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beautiful Valve Covers I purchased these valve covers to be installed on a customers0 New Blue Print Engine, Dodge Magnum 360 stroked to 408. Things started off bad when I realized there was no place for oil cap or PVC valve. Entirely my fault, I drilled holes based on factory size holes so i could install both. Inserted rubber grommets and that fixed that. I installed these valve covers using Fel-pro blue rubber gaskets with metal centers that require no gasket material. Touque the covers to 22lb. Went to fill the motor with oil and it ran down the side of the block as fast as i could pour it in. Removed the covers checked for flat deck. Covers appeared to be flat based on my straight edge. Used Black felpro gasket maker on bottom of gasket and reinstalled. Same problem. Removed cover cleaned old gasket material off. Started with new blue felpro gasket and used black felpro gasket material on both sides of gasket. Set valve cover in place and tightened to about 5lbs. Waited 2 hours and tightened to 22lbs. Same exact problem. Removed covers and cleaned up head and covers again. Installed rubber gaskets with no RTV. Same problem. Removed applied red rtv to both sides set back on and tightened to 5lb. 2 hours later I tightened to 22lbs. Went to put oil in and it ran down the side if the block in multiple places just like before. I'm really scratching my head at this point. Called some of my buddy's at a couple speed shops and they felt I had tried everything they knew except not using a gasket, just red form a gasket. So, removed covers cleaned up, cleaned with chemtool as I had everytime before. Thought the covers maybe had a crack in the weld that I couldnt see so I sealed the holes, turned them upside down and filled them with water. Nope, no leaks. Put solid thick line of form a gasket around the surface of head. Let it get tacky and I set the valve covers on with just a little pressure. Waited 15 minutes and torqued to 5lbs. Waited two hours and torqued to 22lbs. Let it set till next morning, poured oil in and run down the side of the block just like before. I was not happy at all as you can just imagine a $30 set of chrome cheapys work better than that. I removed them again and reinstalled the aluminum covers that came with my motor with just the blue Felpro gaskets I started with and I've been driving my truck for a month now and they dont leak a drop. I had to drill the holes for the oil cap and PVC to fit so I cant send them back. The valve covers seam to be of great quality but that's no good if the poor your oil down the side of your brand new motor. LA style 5 bolt valve covers are notorious for leaking but these magnum 10 bolt covers are excellent at sealing unless you use this brand if valve covers. Plus I installed and removed them so many times when I went to torque them to the recommended 22lbs of torque the last time, 2 of the bolts twisted off. Stay away from this Brand of valve cover. I definitely did my do diligence plus contacted two other shops for their advice. Either they have some special polymer to seal these valve covers that they arnt recommending or its totally wasted money and if they know they are this hard to seal, why not tell the customer what the steps are and what to use to make them seal.The product is not a bad product, it's totally useless and very expensive on top of all that. At $105 shop hour and the book calls for 3.5 hours per installation which is 5 times that didnt work and the 6th being to reinstall the original valve covers not counting research, phone time to other shops for advice and the time with the customer looking and feeling like a fool, that makes for a shop bill of 19 hours, 1,900 dollars shop price that cant be billed out so the shop gets to eat that. This time doesnt count tying up the bay waiting for the rtv to set each time.
Date published: 2021-02-09
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Comes with hardware ? Valve cover gaskets also ?

Asked by: Tom21222
The hardware is included, no gaskets are supplied.
Answered by: Rusty B
Date published: 2018-06-04

Are they taller than the stock valve covers ?

Asked by: Tom21222
These valve covers are slightly taller than the stock valve covers.
Answered by: Rusty B
Date published: 2018-06-04

Does the valve cover have hole to fill oil?

Asked by: airron
You would need to drill a hole in one of these for oil.
Answered by: Dean R
Date published: 2017-12-19
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