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Aluminum Covers for Dana Differentials

May 30, 2017 - Products

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Alloy USA

Alloy USA, a manufacturer of performance drivetrain products, announced the release of its new line of Aluminum Differential Covers for the Dana 30, 35 and 44 differentials. Each cover is designed to help protect internal components from damage caused by contact with rocks and other off-road hazards as well as aid in dissipating damaging heat.

The new matte red powder coated Aluminum Differential Covers are constructed from A356-T6 cast aluminum for impact resistance. Additionally they feature a precision machined sealing surface, allowing gaskets or RTV sealant to be used for a leak-free seal.

Alloy USA Aluminum Differential Covers are engineered to provide an improved level of protection over factory stamped steel differential covers and add a stylish accent to any Jeep. The covers feature a magnetic drain plug for trouble-free maintenance and a specially designed dipstick bolt to help Jeep owners avoid issues from over- or under-filling their differentials.

Backed by Alloy USA’s five-year limited warranty the, Alloy USA Aluminum Differential Covers are available online and through select Jeep and off-road parts and accessories retailers nationwide with an MSRP of $114.99.

For more information about the new Alloy USA Aluminum Differential Covers or Alloy USA’s complete line of performance drive train products or to find an authorized retailer, please contact Alloy USA at 770-614-6101 or visit www.alloyusa.com

Part No. Description MSRP
11210 Aluminum Differential Cover, Dana 30, Red $114.99
11211 Aluminum Differential Cover, Dana 35, Red $114.99
11212 Aluminum Differential Cover, Dana 44, Red $114.99

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