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Old 01-21-2008, 09:30 AM   #1
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I just got a used CRT .5 and the diffs need rebuilds. I looked at the maual online and there was #1000 and #500 diff fluids in the kit. If those are 500wt and 1000wt that seems a little low to me..i dunno? What weight fluids are you guys running in these diffs?
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I still use the 1k,1k, 50wt set-up it make the .5 more consistant. I've tried 3k,3k,1k bout when the track starts to go away the you have to check up on the bumps a lil more to get the dig to the track. I've put faster lap times on 1k,1k,50wt then i have with the other setup, but if i need to be more aggressive then I change the rear to 70wt.


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Is that 50wt shock oil?


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I still use the 1k,1k, 50wt set-up it make the .5 more consistant. I've tried 3k,3k,1k bout when the track starts to go away the you have to check up on the bumps a lil more to get the dig to the track. I've put faster lap times on 1k,1k,50wt then i have with the other setup, but if i need to be more aggressive then I change the rear to 70wt.
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anyone else have any knowledge or input with diff fluids for this truck?
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yep 50wt shock oil.

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