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Differential Fluid Change

I did a search and found some valuable information, however, I would like some additional information.

First, how is the Amsoil diff fluid with these trucks? I always run in everything else, but every vehicle is different. If you like Amsoil, which diff fluid and weight should I use?

Second, I just want to be sure how many quarts I need for the front and rear? Is it 3.5 quarts for the front and 4 quarts for the rear?

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I swapped my rear to amsoil at 50k and it has been great. I just contacted the dealer that I think I met on this site. They know exactly how many quarts you need. Make sure you get the friction modifier.
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I swapped my rear to amsoil at 50k and it has been great. I just contacted the dealer that I think I met on this site. They know exactly how many quarts you need. Make sure you get the friction modifier.
Will that help with the weak Limited Slip in our trucks?

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