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2011-2020 Ford F150 - AFE Machined Rear Differential Cover
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2011-2020 Ford F150 - AFE Machined Rear Differential Cover

Your Price:$263.99
Retail Price:$299.00
MPT Saves You:$35.01(12%)
Part Number:AFE-46-7015

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Machined Rear 9.75" 12-Bolt Differential Cover

  • Fits all 2011-2020 Ford F150 with 9.75" 12 bolt rear ends.
  • 2010 and prior years may require modification for exact fitment.

Engineered for durability, this cover is constructed of die-cast A380 aluminum with reinforced ribs and wrinkle black powder-coating or raw finish. Machined Internal and External cooling fins direct flow and maintain proper cooling for optimal performance in the hottest conditions. aFe's Machined Rear Differential Cover provides 5 quarts of oil capacity compared to the stock 4 quart cover. This pan is designed for hassle-free installation and comes with all necessary hardware for factory bolt-on. aFe includes a magnetic drain plug and a an o-ring for a leak-free seal. An Oil-Level Sight-Glass is built in for convenience and can be used to with calibration plug to set the factory fluid level and avoid overfilling.

Fits the Following Applications:

All 12-bolt 9.75" differential equipped 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 F150 6.2L V8, 5.4L V8, 5.0L V8, 4.6L V8, 3.7L V6, and 3.5L V6 Ecoboost

2010 and previous years may require modifications for exact fitment.

Click Here for AFE's Installation Instructions

5 Stars
AFE diff cover on 2013 F150 5.0
Very high quality and looks trick. Best time to install is when your doing a fluid flush or changing out your rear differential as the mechanic will reinstall your new AFE cover with no extra charge. There instructions call for 4 1/2 quarts of fluid total but mine only took 4. On the side of the cover there will be a clear window sight glass with a bolt next to it to determine the actual level of the fluid. If you take the bolt out the fluid should slowly seep out on a level surface. Also note and would highly suggest filling it to wear it reads correctly in the window then driving around the block about 5 miles then rechecking as mine dropped a 1/4 inch in the window. There is also a dipstick on the top if you choose to use that.
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Reviewed by:  from Poquoson VA. on 9/26/2015

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