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Old 02-25-2015, 05:41 PM   #1
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Diff oil

What kind of oil you guys recommend my stang just hit 100,000 and the pinion seal is bad going to replace that and flush oil, what wight do you guys recommend I drive the car hard only on weekends.


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I like amsoil. I have been running it for over 3 years and only change my oil once a year. And add some oil when it's low which is only like once in between changes. Plus it's a true fully synthetic oil.

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Mobil 1 full synthetic


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I've heard royal purple is really good


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I second the Amsoil recommendation.
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Amsoil severe gear without a doubt


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When I had my 2011, I "weekend tracked" the car, and used Royal Purple for its two service intervals. The diff was always clean, and no gear wear was evident.

There are sites that sell kits; a couple of containers plus the small bottle of additive, even though Royal Purple (and most others) state the additional bottle of additives was not required, its best to add it if your "hard" on the vehicle, or plan to extend the rear end service interval.
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