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Old 01-11-2004, 12:49 PM   #1
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Default Diff. Fluid

I'm in the process of beafing up the diffs. for my super nitro rally, as i recently got a .15 CV-R for it. I bought the RS4 3 Bevel gears, i also have washers for shimming. Do i need silicone diff. fluid or can i get by using a lot of grease?
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It depends, are the diff sealed? Like is there O-rings and a gasket between the case and the gear? If not, then you will have to use grease. If you used silicone diff fluid it would leak out.
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