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Old 04-02-2012, 01:14 PM
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dif fluid

Got a rear dif cover was wondering what kind of fluid you guys run in them front and rear if you guys use the same in both or what
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Old 04-02-2012, 01:18 PM
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I use all Amsoil products. Depending on your setup here is the fluid for either.


Limited Slip Differential, Rear Dana 80......GL-5*
All TEMPS......75W-90 [1] [2]
SEVERE GEAR 75W-90 Synthetic EP Lubricant (SVGQT)
Standard Differential, Rear Ford 10.5 RG......GL-5
All TEMPS......75W-140 [1]
SEVERE GEAR 75W-140 Synthetic EP Lubricant (SVOQT)
80W-140 Synthetic Long Life Gear Lube (FGO05)
Limited Slip Differential, Rear Ford 10.5 RG......GL-5*
All TEMPS......75W-140 [1] [2]
SEVERE GEAR 75W-140 Synthetic EP Lubricant (SVOQT)
80W-140 Synthetic Long Life Gear Lube (FGO05)
Standard Differential, Rear Dana 80......GL-5
All TEMPS......75W-90 [1]
SEVERE GEAR 75W-90 Synthetic EP Lubricant (SVGQT)
Differential, Front Dana 50......GL-5
All TEMPS......75W-90
SEVERE GEAR 75W-90 Synthetic EP Lubricant (SVGQT)
Differential, Front Dana 60......GL-5
All TEMPS......75W-90
SEVERE GEAR 75W-90 Synthetic EP Lubricant (SVGQT)
Standard Differential, Rear Dana 135......GL-5
All TEMPS......80W-90 [3]
SAE 80W-90 Synthetic Gear Lube (AGLQT)
SEVERE GEAR 75W-90 Synthetic EP Lubricant (SVGQT)
75W-90 Synthetic Long Life Gear Lube (FGRQT)
SEVERE GEAR 75W-110 Synthetic EP Lubricant (SVTQT)
Limited Slip Differential, Rear Dana 135......GL-5*
All TEMPS......80W-90 [3] [2]
SAE 80W-90 Synthetic Gear Lube (AGLQT)
SEVERE GEAR 75W-90 Synthetic EP Lubricant (SVGQT)
75W-90 Synthetic Long Life Gear Lube (FGRQT)
SEVERE GEAR 75W-110 Synthetic EP Lubricant (SVTQT)
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Old 04-02-2012, 01:53 PM
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Got a rear dif cover was wondering what kind of fluid you guys run in them front and rear if you guys use the same in both or what
Front Mobil 1 75w-90
Rear Redline 75w-140
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Old 04-02-2012, 06:22 PM
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I had Royal Purple 75w140 in both the front and rear for 50k, just switched to Lucas Oil, 75w90 up front and 75w140 in the rear. Both were/are great for me.
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redline 75/140 rear, 75/90 in the front
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Old 04-03-2012, 12:42 PM
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how many quarts are in the front and rear difs
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how many quarts are in the front and rear difs
Front = 5.7 pints
Rear = 6.9 pints SRW
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Old 04-03-2012, 01:10 PM
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Does adding a new dif cover have more of a capacity like a mag hytech ...thanks you guys are very helpful on this forum. unlike other forums i have been on.
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I have the magtech on mine. It goes from 4 qt to 6 if I remember right.
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Old 04-08-2012, 04:23 PM
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I have the magtech on mine. It goes from 4 qt to 6 if I remember right.
i think with the mag hytech its 4 quarts up front and 6 quarts in rear right
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