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Old 04-17-2008, 11:21 PM   #1
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Could someone enlighten me on this subject?

I understand that the heavier the oil the more the 2 out drives run in sync and the thinner the oil the 2 outdrive are independent. What I don't understand is where the center diff comes in. What is the differnce between 7K/10K/5K and 7K/20K/5K?

Much appreciate it.

BTW, I did a search but didn't see any headings.

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