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Old 03-27-2012, 06:03 PM   #21
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Re: Diff oil of choice

Sorry about that, the dif info is in my listed in my signature so I didnít want fill the post with duplicate information.
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ARB Differential Covers - Nodular Iron With Dipstick And Drain Plug
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Old 03-28-2012, 06:19 AM   #22
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Re: Diff oil of choice

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Sorry about that, the dif info is in my listed in my signature so I didnít want fill the post with duplicate information.
Looks like my brain filters sigs out!
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Old 03-28-2012, 05:22 PM   #23
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Re: Diff oil of choice

I can totally understand that!
As far as the oil, I have no real loyalty to Amsoil. I got a great deal on a case so I tried it. I can say that when I check the dipstick (ARB Dif Cover) the oil still looks and smells like new even after 52,000 miles. Most of the general 4x4 shops I have asked say they just use the cheapest dif oil they can find because they have the covers off all the time, but If you are going to use the oil for more mileage, use synthetic.
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Front Axle - 1 Ton Spec Dana 60/King Pin/Open Knuckle/High Steer
Rear Axle - 1 Ton Spec Dana 60/Full Floating
Eaton E-Lockers Front And Rear/4:10 Gears
ARB Differential Covers - Nodular Iron With Dipstick And Drain Plug
Leaf Spring Suspension Front And Rear
46 Gal Transfer-Flow Fuel Tank
ExtremeAire Magnum Air Compressor
Reunel Rear Bumper
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Old 03-28-2012, 05:44 PM   #24
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Re: Diff oil of choice

You guys should really read the info on the LE oil. Dino oil but SAE 110.... due to changes in SAE90 rating (from when the vehicles were made). Works great. I posted info in another thread. These guys make oil that is used in a lot of industrial/construction applications.
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