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Old 12-08-2011, 06:48 AM   #36
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Ok so am I dpropin all the fluid out of the rear? Do I just take the diff cover of or just loosin it up so it will drain?
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It will work without friction modifier, even with regular off the shelf oil. You need friction modifier in ford differentials in order for them to work correctly and lockup like it should.
On the bottle it states that it already contains the friction modifier and adding it was not necessary.
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So what happens if it doesn't have any friction modifer in it. I did my a lil ago and didn't put none in it. Didn't know to. But the traction lok don't seem to work properly. It's hard to tell cuz I have wheelhop realbad cuz I don't have the quad shocks on yet
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Without friction modifier your clutches will chatter when you make turns and will probably wear them out prematurely.
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Ok so am I dpropin all the fluid out of the rear? Do I just take the diff cover of or just loosin it up so it will drain?
Loosen it up and let it drain.
Then you should remove the cover and replace the gasket so you won't possibly develop a leak later.
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So what happens if it doesn't have any friction modifer in it. I did my a lil ago and didn't put none in it. Didn't know to. But the traction lok don't seem to work properly. It's hard to tell cuz I have wheelhop realbad cuz I don't have the quad shocks on yet
Replace your factory upper and lower control arms with some good aftermarket units and you won't need the quad shocks.
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Ok thanks troganhorse
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On the bottle it states that it already contains the friction modifier and adding it was not necessary.
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