Where would you be without your differential? Certainly not out and about in your favorite off-roading area, and probably not even on the road at all. For such an important part, however, the differential is a surprisingly delicate piece of your off-roading machine. Fortunately, you have the option to install a differential cover, which houses the intricate, constantly-moving parts while you're on the move so you don't need to worry about this crucial portion of your truck, Jeep or SUV taking damage.
The majority of the differential covers we offer are made of aluminum because it's a lightweight yet durable solution that works under a wide variety of stressful situations. Aluminum itself is prized for its versatility, and allows you to get the protection you need without adding too much extra weight to your off-roading vehicle in the process. After all, a true upgrade should never hold you back while you're trying to better your outdoor experience.
A Change to Up Your Style Game
At 4 Wheel Parts, we believe every upgrade is an opportunity to enhance your ride's style. That's why we offer a wide variety of covers with a wide range of different visual appeals. If you're looking for a sleek, modern look, a black powdercoat diff cover might be up your alley. Looking for something that'll stand out a bit more? Raw aluminum and bare steel with machined designs are sure to draw a bit of extra attention to your purchase.
Less Downtime, More Off-Roading Time
At 4WheelParts.com, we consider it part of our responsibility to get you the parts you order as quickly as possible, which is why we deliver straight to your door rather than messing around with in-store pickup and middlemen. Shorter delivery times mean you can get your Dana 44 diff cover installed sooner, allowing you to get back on the trail and to your adventures without slowing you down.Helpful Drivetrain & Differential Articles
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