Originally Posted by Proph2010
Ok, I'll continue to try and get some research on that...how expensive & tough of a deal is that. So our rear diff fluid flows from hub to hub? So when you open the diff the axles drain as well and vice versa when filling it up?
Not quite. The pumpkin is a lot lower than the axle shafts. You will get a little diff fluid coming out but nothing major. When you fill it up you only fill it to where it starts to spill out of the fill hole and that is proper. At the end of each shaft there is a bearing and a seal.
Originally Posted by jabba974
"And yes, there is always a torque spec...but its not necessary...and takes way to much time...."