While aFe's differential covers and transmission pans add extra protection for the underside of your 2011-2016 F250 or F350 Super Duty, they also look impressive and give your truck an awesome custom look if your truck is lifted. We recently threw on a set of aFe's Street Series Differential Covers on the front and rear of our "Project Ice Box" 2014 F250 6.7L Build and they look great. While you may not think the underbelly of your big rig is the place to focus your precious time and money, if you have an off-road-ready truck and you're rolling over some rocky terrain or going up and down steep hills, these front and rear differential covers are not only attractive and stylish, they're also helpful in keeping your differentials safe from harm's way.
With aFe's Street Series Rear-End Differential Cover, we not only added an aggressive new look to our Powerstroke Diesel with it's awesome-looking machined finish but we also got an upgraded 5-quart lube capacity as well (factory stock is 4 quarts). This system also includes a magnetic drain plug as well as a magnetic-tipped fill plug for efficiency that provides a great way to capture loose particles for maximum protection.
Their Street Series Front-End Differential Cover was also a great addition and when we decide to give this truck more of a massive 6" or 8" lift, it will look even cooler. It provides exceptional protection to the front-end of your Super Duty that you'll definitely need if you're pushing your truck to the limit by towing, hauling heavy loads or hitting up some extreme off-road trails. With their Street Series Front-End Differential Cover, you're not only adding a cool look to your Powerstroke Diesel with it's machined finish but a much more heavy-duty component for extra protection as well.
While it's pretty unlikely somebody's going to notice an upgraded transmission pan under the belly of your beastly Super Duty, we went ahead and upgraded ours with one of aFe's Transmission Pans that comes in a tough-looking raw finish. If nothing else, the next mechanic working under your truck will be impressed anyway. With this new level of added protection, we'll be safe for the next time we're out beating on it on some rocky off-road trails.