Crane GM 13 Bolt Differential Cover
Crane Axle GM 13 Bolt Differential cover
Crane Axle's GM 13 Bolt Cover (shaved 14 bolt) is designed to be an aggressive, low profile and bullet proof option for your Corporate GM 14 Bolt front or rear axle. Our design allows you to gain up to 1" more ground clearance. No Major cutting/welding or turning down a ring gear to fit a shave kit. Simply put, our design is the quickest and simplest way to gain ground clearance with very minimal cutting. There are many options for Diff covers but only Crane Axle Diff covers offer you a better built, better designed, completely manufactured right here in the U.S.A option for your GM 13 Bolt axle.
All Diff covers Include Grade 8, 12 point hardware and fill plug (if applicable)
Crane Axle Differential Covers feature a lipless design to prevent hanging up on obstacles. They are engineered in every aspect from fill hole placement to the angles designed to clear steering/suspension linkages. Crane's recessed bolt land helps protect against damage to the head of the bolts.
All of Crane's Diff covers are cast from high strength 8620 Chromoly Steel. They are fully CNC machined to ensure a perfect fit every time.
Why 8620 chromoly?
8620 alloy steel has a much higher carbon content than mild steel. The higher amount of carbon means increased strength. This material is characterized by a hard outer surface, combined with a ductile interior for higher strength. Minimum properties of 8620 (chrome-nickel-moly) alloy steel: Tensile Strength, psi: 97,000 Yield, psi 57,000. What does this mean for you? Our 8620 chromoly parts can take more abuse day in and day out than our competition, just ask anyone that uses Crane Axle parts on their ride.
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14 bolt cover shown on picture above