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Old 01-27-2011, 05:47 AM   #16
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Also at the level I filled my diffs, (to the tops of the spider gears) no fluid was pushed out or waisted during reassembly.

I think the main reason I created this was because I didn't want anyone looking at their new truck like I did thinking "man I'm going to have to disassemble this entire truck to do diff work". Upon first glance, it looks like you have to tear it in a 1000 pieces to get the diffs out. But really, its so simple and takes a whole lot less time than you could ever imagine, even doing it the first time. I just don't want someone to be over welmed by the task, put off maintaining their diffs and cause their selfs any extra trouble.

Anyone have any suggestions on what to cover next?

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Old 01-27-2011, 11:27 AM   #17
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Also at the level I filled my diffs, (to the tops of the spider gears) no fluid was pushed out or waisted during reassembly.

I think the main reason I created this was because I didn't want anyone looking at their new truck like I did thinking "man I'm going to have to disassemble this entire truck to do diff work". Upon first glance, it looks like you have to tear it in a 1000 pieces to get the diffs out. But really, its so simple and takes a whole lot less time than you could ever imagine, even doing it the first time. I just don't want someone to be over welmed by the task, put off maintaining their diffs and cause their selfs any extra trouble.

Anyone have any suggestions on what to cover next?

Thanks again for your time!
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Changing clutch shoes!!

Something that noobs really struggle with until someone shows em. After that it's easy IMO.
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Old 01-31-2011, 07:21 AM   #18
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Ok sounds good, ill order me a set of new shoes lol

Any tips or suggestions before I do a guide?

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Old 01-31-2011, 08:54 AM   #19
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Ok sounds good, ill order me a set of new shoes lol

Any tips or suggestions before I do a guide?

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Show em how to do it without a clutch tool!!!
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