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Stillen Differential Cover 05-10 Frontier (2WD only)

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Stillen Differential Cover 05-10 Frontier (2WD only)

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Description

Keep your differential cool with a STILLEN Differential Cover. This differential cover was designed specifically to fit perfectly in place of the factory cover.

Installation of the differential cover will result in increase fluid capacity by 7/8 quart. That’s 41% over stock! The added capacity helps to improve cooling and the life of your differential.**

**Differential wear may vary depending on driving habits and conditions.

– 12 Bolt Differentials Only (Excluding 8 Bolt Versions)

– Black Powdercoat w/Machined Finish
– Increased Fluid Capacity of 7/8 Quart (41% Over Stock)
-Fits Perfectly In Place of Factory Cover

This Part Fits
2005-2011 Nissan Frontier – RWD

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 16 x 16 x 4 in

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