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Old 11-29-2011, 06:24 AM
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Just changed the oil. Added back 7qts with friction modifyer. My question if how much will the unit hold after the drain? It calls for 24 pts (12 qts). the fluid is coming out of the fill hole.
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:39 AM
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You can jack up one side of the rear of your truck. Put it down and then do the other side. Do it slow so that all the fluid drains out. Mesure it then put that same amount back in. I think you should be able to stick you finger in the fill hole and fill the fluid but I'm not 100% about that. I haven't ever filled one myself only drained them....lol I would at the very least put what you take out.
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If you have the Sterling 10.5", the fill capacity is 6.9 pints
The Dana 80 is 8.5 pints
The front Dana 60 is 5.8 pints
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It says Dana 135 though...
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Old 11-29-2011, 07:25 AM
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dana

I will look again. I do believe the dealer where I get my parts told me, that the F550 with tow package has the 135.
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As per ford it is a dana 135
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you didnt tell us you had a f550
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Is there a way to tell what mods a vehicle purchased used has
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Drain it, (you can do the side to side thing if you wish) fill it to the fill hole. Put the plug in and spin the diff. a few times. Let it sit for a bit and re-check it. My 450 has the Dana 135.
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Old 11-29-2011, 07:40 AM
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Sry, left out the important info
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