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  1. JK Technical Discussion
    So, I bought an ARB diff cover the other day, and am planning on installing it today. Before I went to O'Reilly's to buy gear oil, I watched a couple "how to" Youtubes. The two that I watched both recommended 75W 90 Royal Purple, so that's what I just bougt quarts of. However, when I got...
  2. JK Technical Discussion
    I need to know what the gear oil capacity is when I install my Poison Spyder Diff cover. I have seen multiple threads saying fill it to the bottom of the fill hole. Others say use the amount that is specified in the owners manual. Does the Poison Spyder Diff cover have a greater fluid...
  3. TJ Technical Discussion
    Hello everyone, I have a Jeep TJ with a D44 rear axle that has ARB Air Lockers. I know the jeep calls for 80w-90 in the front and 80w-90 or 75w-140 in the Rear. I called ARB and they told me to use API GL5 gear oil that is Non Synthetic with NO additives(no friction modifiers). I bought the...
  4. JK Technical Discussion
    Hi, This is my first post here, so sorry if it is a bit long but I wanted to share my experience so maybe you guys can help me. Four years ago, I bought my 2012 Wrangler Unlimited Sport brand new and I loved it from the beginning. I haven’t taken it off road or anything crazy, just driving it...
  5. JK Technical Discussion
    So I got new gears in my jeep a few months ago. I had to change the gear fluid after about 500 miles. I did it already based off the writeup on wayalife. It was pretty easy in the back. Just drain through the bottom hole and refill through the top. The front was a huge PITA because of the front...
  6. TJ Technical Discussion
    Changing the fluid in my Dana 35 and I noticed the previous owner may have done some work. They look good to me but I don't know much yet. Can anybody tell by the picture if this is in good shape? TJ 2001 120 k miles Thanks Art
  7. TJ Technical Discussion
    I've been searching for the last hour and can't find anything easy; all I need to know is what kind of gear oil I need in my rear differential? I have a 97 TJ, 4.0 I6, Dana 44 rear. I rarely go off of pavement, and I don't tow anything. I've heard 75w-140 for the Rubicons, but is that the...
  8. TJ Technical Discussion
    Hey me again my jeep has been needing a lot of tlc since it was horribly abused from the previous owners ( which had never changed out the rear brakes and drums! which i noticed that the rear axles are leaking! (time for a gear oil change and new seals! :jaw drop: Any ways i was thinking about...
  9. TJ General Discussion
    I've changed my oil already and now have wanted to change my transmission, transfer case, and front/rear differentials' oil. Does anyone know the oil capacities for all these and how many quarts will I need?
  10. JK General Discussion
    I just bought my wrangler a couple of weeks ago. I've never been much of a mechanic other than checking fluids and changing a spare, I'm learning here! I noticed the rear differential seal was bad, so I looked up on the internet how to replace it(thank you internet). I bought 4 qt...
  11. TJ General Discussion
    going to be doing an sye so while im in there changing my trans fluid while im at it. Ive read a bunch of threads on the matter and its still kinda murky. One says this the other says no that. I have a 2000 4 cyl with the ax5 if im correct. I went to advance and they said dex 3 for my t case and...
  12. TJ General Discussion
    Bought a 8.8 from ECGS with factory limited slip and they recommend 75w140 but not using synthetic gear oil. The Royal Purple has friction additive already in it but it's synthetic. Has anyone tried Royal Purple 74w140? If so any problems?:confused:
  13. YJ Technical Discussion
    There's been allot of discussion lately about the type of lubricant that should go into Differential Transfer Cases. Is it Gear Oil, or ATF? Which one is it friends, and why?
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