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  1. ChrisNelson

    ChrisNelson * Screw the N.A.B. !! * Established Member

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    Polished Diff cover-

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  2. Fade 2 Black

    Fade 2 Black Gen 2 Diehard Established Member

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    Dayum!
     
  3. ChrisNelson

    ChrisNelson * Screw the N.A.B. !! * Established Member

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    ttt

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  4. MaxPower

    MaxPower She likes Spaghetti Established Member

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    Going Purple Cranium instead? :poke: :-D
     
  5. PearlBlue L

    PearlBlue L Still Around Established Member

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    what all is envolved when changeing this out?
     
  6. ChrisNelson

    ChrisNelson * Screw the N.A.B. !! * Established Member

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    Take off the cover, re-install, and fill with fluid.
     
  7. PearlBlue L

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    what kinda fuild and how much? never messed with a rear end before
     
  8. ChrisNelson

    ChrisNelson * Screw the N.A.B. !! * Established Member

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    3qts of 75w-140 and 1 bottle of diff additive.
     
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    If you still have this in a couple weeks, I will get it....
     
  10. RUNVS?

    RUNVS? HALO Vice Pres. Established Member

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    Use the Royal Purple synthetic 75w-140 and you won't need the friction modifier..... it's already in there! Two quarts will do the job. Also make sure to get some high-temp. silicone sealer for the re-install.
     

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