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Old 03-29-2010, 02:21 PM
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Sterling 10.5 ?

All I can make out on my rear diff tag is 10.5... I take it I have a Sterling 10.5 then correct?
And I can't make out much at all on the front.. I think I see the number 60 so is it a safe guess that its the DANA 60?

I am going to change the fluids and need to tell the Amsoil guy how much I need tonight! thanks.
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My 2000 F-250 has the 10.5 I think the front is a dana 50 though...maybe someone will chime in here to verify that....Fred
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Your 2000 has a Dana 50 front axle. Buy 6 quarts of fluid and you'll be good to go.
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I thought the rear was 10.25 not 10.5?
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Your 2000 has a Dana 50 front axle. Buy 6 quarts of fluid and you'll be good to go.
6 quarts?

You mean for both axles?

i have 4 quarts (75w110) for the rear (75w140) and 3 quarts for the front coming...
http://www.amsoil.com/storefront/svo.aspx
http://www.amsoil.com/storefront/svt.aspx
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I thought the rear was 10.25 not 10.5?
94-97 trucks have 10.25
99-04 trucks have 10.5
05-07 trucks have 10.5 with thicker tubes, and some other stuff changed.
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6 quarts?

You mean for both axles?

i have 4 quarts (75w110) for the rear (75w140) and 3 quarts for the front coming...
AMSOIL - SEVERE GEARŪ Synthetic Extreme Pressure (EP) Lubricant 75W-140 (SVO)
AMSOIL - SEVERE GEARŪ Synthetic Extreme Pressure (EP) Lubricant 75W-110 (SVT)
According to the owners manual (I'm viewing it RIGHT NOW on a PDF), your front axle takes 3.8 pints, that's just shy of 2 quarts. The rear axle takes 6.9 pints, or 3.5 quarts. 6 quarts is plenty of fluid...
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this would be the same for an 03 correct?
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