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Old 03-03-2005, 05:39 AM   #20416
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thanks... i'll try the mugen super grease first
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Should be it However, one scewdriver in each slot hold in one hand and turning the diff over with the other hand works good for me, even though a three armed orch wearing the RING would do the job better, and who says D's not?

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Old 03-03-2005, 11:12 AM   #20419
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Should be it However, one scewdriver in each slot hold in one hand and turning the diff over with the other hand works good for me, even though a three armed orch wearing the RING would do the job better, and who says D's not?

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More like 20 I blame D
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The diff tool is easyer to use.. realy.. i noticed i can make the slip more presice... (Erh.. how is that last word writen?)
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thanks... i'll try the mugen super grease first
I've had good luck (I think!) using Assoc. Stealth Diff Lube- any body else compaired this with the Mugengrease?
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I've had good luck (I think!) using Assoc. Stealth Diff Lube- any body else compaired this with the Mugengrease?
Hi Jack,

I have both, but find the stealth diff lube much thinner than the Mugen super grease - I think it is horses for courses, though. If it works, then its ok

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Old 03-03-2005, 10:18 PM   #20423
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The diff tool is easyer to use.. realy.. i noticed i can make the slip more presice... (Erh.. how is that last word writen?)
Don't ask anyone here about spelling we all make a lot of mistakes
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I've had good luck (I think!) using Assoc. Stealth Diff Lube- any body else compaired this with the Mugengrease?
I find the diff lube dries out after a few runs. Not like the *spit* grease which stays on even after months of use. I think the trick here is the stickyness...
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The diff tool is easyer to use.. realy.. i noticed i can make the slip more presice... (Erh.. how is that last word writen?)
You mean you set the diff pulley to slip a little? I set it to no slipping at all even if I turn the pulley hard.
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Should be it However, one scewdriver in each slot hold in one hand and turning the diff over with the other hand works good for me, even though a three armed orch wearing the RING would do the job better, and who says D's not?
I'm no monster and I do like what you describe above.

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Old 03-03-2005, 11:09 PM   #20427
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I find the diff lube dries out after a few runs. Not like the *spit* grease which stays on even after months of use. I think the trick here is the stickyness...
Well spat, D

D is right - you can grease up with Super Grease and it remains very consistent. And applying it to locations like under the diff collar, just couldn't be done with AE diff lube, as it is too thin.

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D is right - you can grease up with Super Grease and it remains very consistent. And applying it to locations like under the diff collar, just couldn't be done with AE diff lube, as it is too thin.
Ummm, if I recall, Master Rene once spoke to you about the grease under the diff collar, no? (A tip : Geht's Dir wieder gut?) Sometime back I think. Way before the 2 piece diff ring adjuster came out. But his version was to put some grooves on the diff axle so that the grease stays on.
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Ummm, if I recall, Master Rene once spoke to you about the grease under the diff collar, no? (A tip : Geht's Dir wieder gut?) Sometime back I think. Way before the 2 piece diff ring adjuster came out. But his version was to put some grooves on the diff axle so that the grease stays on.
Indeed - but it was Julius who mentioned that even with the new diff collar it is a worthwhile thing to do.
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