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Old 11-10-2017, 08:29 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by 8.3Oilbuner View Post
Hi Monacoach; I have been reading about your axle oil level problem and I am sure by now that other owners have got this issue pegged. I also agree the bottom plug is correct for fill. I know it's up to you, but when these shops do not due the proper job that we owners are paying for, I LET THEM KNOW ABOUT IT! Otherwise the next guy gets the wrong thing done to his RV. They should look at it as an educational experience to do the job right for their customers. Have a great day.
That is an excellent point. I originally contacted speedco when I discovered the oily mess and they said I was welcome to bring it back but the nearest speedco is 4 hours away so plan B was to come here for help. Now that it is evident speedco overfilled the diff I will contact them again and see what they say.
Thankyou for that.
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