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AEV Conversions | Chevrolet Colorado Rear Differential Skid Plate

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AEV’s Rear Differential Skid Plate (aka: Differential Slider) is standard equipment on the 2019+ Colorado ZR2 Bison and is now also available to non-Bison owners! This Hot Stamped Boron Steel skid plate is designed to help you slide over obstacles, instead of having them stop you dead in your tracks. Situations like this can potentially causing damage to your differential housing or pinion, leave your vehicle disabled in the middle of nowhere.

While the Rear Differential Skid Plate is standard equipment on the ZR2 Bison, it was designed for the Dana M220 rear axle found in most 2015+ Chevy Colorado trucks, including ZR2 and Z71 trim levels. The Hot Stamped Boron Steel construction means that this skid plate is not only super lightweight but also incredibly strong. Complete with hardware, the AEV rear diff skid plate only weighs 9lbs versus 20lbs, like our traditionally manufactured JK diff slider. E-coated for maximum corrosion resistance and is proudly made in the USA.

Hot Stamped Boron Steel (HSBS) is an ultra-high strength, press hardened steel and is most commonly used in automotive applications for passenger impact protection because it is lightweight with an extremely high yield strength (approximately 200,000 ksi vs. mild steel at 25,000 ksi). AEV chose this material for the Colorado ZR2 Bison’s skid plate package not just because of its high strength-to-weight ratio but also for its hardness and resistance to gouging.

KEY FEATURES:

  • Fits 2015-2022 Colorado Z71 and ZR2 models w/ Dana M220 rear axle
  • Protects rear differential housing and pinion
  • Hot Stamped Boron Steel – Very high strength/weight ratio
  • E-coated and powder coated for maximum corrosion resistance
  • Made in the USA

TECH SPECS:

Application: 2015-2022 Colorado Z71 and ZR2
Manufacturing Process: HSBS
Coatings: E-coat
Manufactured In: United States

California Prop 65 Warning

Product Details

AEV’s Rear Differential Skid Plate (aka: Differential Slider) is standard equipment on the 2019+ Colorado ZR2 Bison and is now also available to non-Bison owners! This Hot Stamped Boron Steel skid plate is designed to help you slide over obstacles, instead of having them stop you dead in your tracks. Situations like this can potentially causing damage to your differential housing or pinion, leave your vehicle disabled in the middle of nowhere.

While the Rear Differential Skid Plate is standard equipment on the ZR2 Bison, it was designed for the Dana M220 rear axle found in most 2015+ Chevy Colorado trucks, including ZR2 and Z71 trim levels. The Hot Stamped Boron Steel construction means that this skid plate is not only super lightweight but also incredibly strong. Complete with hardware, the AEV rear diff skid plate only weighs 9lbs versus 20lbs, like our traditionally manufactured JK diff slider. E-coated for maximum corrosion resistance and is proudly made in the USA.

Hot Stamped Boron Steel (HSBS) is an ultra-high strength, press hardened steel and is most commonly used in automotive applications for passenger impact protection because it is lightweight with an extremely high yield strength (approximately 200,000 ksi vs. mild steel at 25,000 ksi). AEV chose this material for the Colorado ZR2 Bison’s skid plate package not just because of its high strength-to-weight ratio but also for its hardness and resistance to gouging.

KEY FEATURES:

  • Fits 2015-2022 Colorado Z71 and ZR2 models w/ Dana M220 rear axle
  • Protects rear differential housing and pinion
  • Hot Stamped Boron Steel – Very high strength/weight ratio
  • E-coated and powder coated for maximum corrosion resistance
  • Made in the USA

TECH SPECS:

Application: 2015-2022 Colorado Z71 and ZR2
Manufacturing Process: HSBS
Coatings: E-coat
Manufactured In: United States

California Prop 65 Warning

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