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Old 03-28-2011, 11:08 AM   #1
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Default Quick question what does 7000cst Associated diff oil translate to in wt?

I have replaced my diff oil 30000wt in front diff of Slayer Pro to 7000cst and curious what cst equals in wt. Thanks AGAIN!
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I have replaced my diff oil 30000wt in front diff of Slayer Pro to 7000cst and curious what cst equals in wt. Thanks AGAIN!
There is no conversion on diff fluids. All diff fluids are represented in cst, it is just most folks (and hobby stores, at least here in the US) refer to it as weight. If you look at other bottles of diff fluid (Mugen, Kyosho, HotBodies, etc) they do not say "wt." They are listed just by number or with a pound (#) sign.

The default weight is cst. So, in relation to your question, it is 7000 and your other was 30000. I hope that helps.
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