The JEGS 62579 cast aluminum differential cover combines looks and functionality. Made from cast aluminum with a larger capacity than stock, and featuring 8 fins, this cover dissipates heat more quickly than stock while increasing rigidity. The black finish, with polished fins, adds a personalized appearance, especially on lifted trucks.
- Durable cast aluminum construction
- Larger capacity than stock
- Dimensions: 12 in. H x 11 1/8 in. W x 5 in. D
- Flange thickness: 0.400 in.
- (1) Fill plug
- (1) Drain plug
- (10) Allen head screws [3/8 in. -16 x 1 in.]
- (10) Flat washers [3/8 in.]
- (1) Gasket
- 1994 - 2002 Ram 2500 3/4 Ton
- 1994 - 2002 Ram 3500 1 Ton
- 1980 - 2015 E-250 3/4 Ton
- 1964 - 1972 Chevy C20 3/4 Ton (2WD)
- 1967 - 1972 Chevy Suburban 1/2 Ton
- 1967 - 1972 Chevy K10
- 1971 - 1992 Chevy K30
- 1963 - 1976 Wagoneer
- 1968 - 1974 Barracuda & Fury
- 1968 - 1977 Road Runner
Cast Differential Covers Combine Added Cooling and a Stylish Appearance
JEGS Cast Aluminum Differential Covers combine strength, cooling, and looks in a lightweight package. Their durable rust-proof construction makes them ideal for any situation, while the large ribs help to dissipate heat faster. Available in polished, black, or black with polished ribs, there is a finish for everyone. All covers come with mounting hardware, a fill plug, and a gasket.
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