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You`re right, he is, but the methodology and use of lubricants would be similar as applied to the ends of the shafts and subjected to use / abuse. I had a lot of troubl e with stocker- lockers with sand and water intrusion and stock seals, went with warns and had issues with heat beaking down lube with mainly on-highway use. The warns are heavier-duty under load, I think. The stock are designed more for the occasional user of 4x4 but seem to hold their lube viscosity better. Just my personal experience...
2002 F-250 LARIAT CCSB 7.3 AUTO 4X4 261,XXX
2004 EXPLORER XLT 4.0 AUTO 2WD 130,XXX
1966 MUSTANG COUPE 289 4 brl V8
2004 EXPLORER SPORT TRAC 4.0 4X2 100,XXX
2004 F-250 RCLB 6.0 AUTO 4X2 38X,XXX
2005 F-250 RCLB 6.0 AUTO 4x2 36X,XXX
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