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- Bolt-up some serious differential protection and style with the aFe Differential Cover
- Custom built for your specific year, make and model truck
- Rear diff covers boast a 5-quart lube capacity—beats the factory cover by a whole quart
- Front diff covers hold 3.5 quarts of lube—a whole quart more than stock
- Machined internal and external fins quickly transfer heat for maximum cooling
- Crafted from durable die-cast A380 aluminum with reinforced ribs
- Finished with a rugged wrinkle-black powder coat
- O-ring included for a leak-free seal
- Your aFe Differential Cover is backed by a Lifetime Warranty
A failed differential can make the difference between taking the checkered flag and flagging down a tow truck. And face it; those flimsy sheet metal OEM diff covers are better suited as a dog food bowl than a differential cover. So, make the differential difference—equip your rig with the high-performance aFe Differential Cover.
Built specifically for your year, make and model truck, the aFe diff cover is designed to hold 5 quarts of fluid. That's a whole quart more than those wimpy factory covers. All that extra capacity, along with the machined internal and external cooling fins keeps the fluid extra cool, even during hard runs.
Crafted from rugged die-cast A380 aluminum, aFe differential covers are super strong, and the reinforced ribs make it even stronger. After machining, aFe finishes the cover with a durable wrinkle-black powder coat for maximum strength and gnarly off-road style. Best yet, aFe backs your Differential Cover with a Lifetime Warranty.
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aFe Differential Covers Customer Reviews
20 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Donald H (Albuquerque, NM) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Ram — Jul 24, 2017 9:38 PM
Reviewed by Joe R (Overbrook, KS) Reviewed for a 2001 Honda CR-V — Sep 29, 2016 1:44 AM
The cover was not hard to install except for the rear stabilizer bar that is routed behind the differential. Reinstalling this bar was not possible in its original position due to coming in contact with the new cover. A major mod was required . The original mounting bolt holes had to be repositioned to accomodate rear movement of the bar for adequate clearance. Time will tell what impact this might have. Otherwise the additional fluid and the cooling fins on the new cover should do the job.