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fluid capacities

how much atf+4 will I need for the 241 t-case, and how much gear oil for the front and rear differentials?

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TJs have the 231 transfer case...
either way, they take about 1-1.25qts, so buy 2 qts and you'll have plenty.

The front diff will take 2 quarts.
and the rear depends, D35 or D44? Either way it will take just over 2 quarts, so buy 3 for it.

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TJs have the 231 transfer case....
Some do not
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Stu Olson Linky... "Common Maintenance Information".

http://www.stu-offroad.com/misc/maint.htm

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Some do not
with the exception of the Rubi, but only differnece is the 4:1 low range. otherwise all tjs have the 231,

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I just put in as much as it will take AKA or till it pours back out the over flow hole and then screw the bolt back in.....easy way

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I just put in as much as it will take AKA or till it pours back out the over flow hole and then screw the bolt back in.....easy way
yes thats how to fill it, but he needs to know how many to buy. if he buys 1 and it doesnt fill it up, its not like he can just go back out and get another, at least i wouldnt drive on it if the fluid was that low

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