K&K has both types of rear covers the unstyled and the battery on top style. You have to drill the holes and you just lay a old cover against the back and drill away. There"s not enough aluminum to have it milled out and use it on the dyno it but you can install one so it looks function able and all I have seen have a part number on them..
Re: KK aluminum Flatback? in reply to JDMarkb, 12-18-2012 15:37:12
I just got mine in the mail tonight I switched my G to a pan seat so that is the one I bought. Yours looks like it has 3 bolts and a cover where the PTO comes out? Mine is just a around chunk of Iron... Also did you tap yours and put a plug in it for an oil fill? Mine just has the shelf there? I will be interested to see what you say about the pto spot...
Re: KK aluminum Flatback? in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 12-18-2012 21:03:37
JohnDeereJimOhio, I made a plate out of sheet metal and tapped three 3/8" fine thread bolts into the aluminum so it looked like a plate to block off the factory steel flatbacks pto opening. On the plug to fill and check the fluid I got a pvc 1 1/4" plug from Lowes and drilled the hole with a hole saw and tapped to 1 1/4 national pipe thread so it all looks stock. If you want some up close photos send me a email and I will get you what you need.
Re: KK aluminum Flatback? in reply to JDMarkb, 12-19-2012 15:22:45
JDMarkb I sent you an email if you could send me a couple close up pics that would be greatly appreciated. That plate looks a lot better then how it comes from k&k... Im still happy with the product though...
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