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Old 09-03-2013, 09:51 AM   #15
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You were having burgers, and didn't invite everyone ......
I'm sorry,,, I mailed them... You didn't get yours ??? Dang post office is not what it used to be.....
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A follow up... Used the products I listed,, the rear end is now "Smooth as a prom queens ###### (you fill that in,, its a Clint Eastwood movie quote)" Anyway,, I'm happy, and sounds life the rear diff is happy too ! Thanks everybody !!
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:20 AM   #17
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A follow up... Used the products I listed,, the rear end is now "Smooth as a prom queens ###### (you fill that in,, its a Clint Eastwood movie quote)" Anyway,, I'm happy, and sounds life the rear diff is happy too ! Thanks everybody !!
Did you confirm, that the warning was just , against the product's use in the transfer case ?
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Did you confirm, that the warning was just , against the product's use in the transfer case ?
Ok,, Ok,,, geez,, you were right,,, I was wrong.... I called the tech line at CRC industries,, and they say it could cause the limited slip to "slip" over time, as their product is Too slippery for this model... The Lady I got on the phone was Very nice , helpful, knowledgeable,, no being on hold,,, great service !!! They recomend I use only the additive from Jeep... So I'll change it out again, and use the Jeep stuff... So I'll get enough to do the front also,,, and might as well get their "special" transfer case fluid so I can change that as well... Better to "git r done' before the snow flies.. And my vacation next week ,,, take the rv to the gulf,,, or stay home and work on the jeep... Or maybe both... Thanks again !!!
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So,,,, I couldn't find the 75-140W gear oil anywhere around here,,,, at least without the limited slip additive already in it. So today I went to a Mopar dealer, bought the "correct" lube, The lady couldn't believe the price !! They wanted $40 A QUART !! She punched some numbers, got it down to $29 ea, but after talking to a good freind that works on these from time to time, it's better to "pay now than later"...And yes I have the correct Mopar friction additive to put in. They seem to have bearing problems.. So, another day of my vacation.... What happened to the good old days,,,, geez...
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