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Old 04-21-2011, 11:09 AM
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Changing gear oil

I apologize for making so many threads lately. But work is boring this week.

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I would like to change the gear oil in my rear end tomorrow but I'd like to know where the fill plug is for my truck, I have no stinking idea what kind of rear end I have but is there a standard spot for filling?

Also, what kind of gear oil should I use and how much?
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a link I think is pretty informative.... boss does good work
8.8 Fluid Change and RockCrusher Cover - FSB Forums

he used a different cover, but its all pretty much the same, if you dont have a limited slip, then you dont need to add a friction modifier.
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ok thanks!
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