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rwwiefer

Diff oil

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this okay to run in my 2006 650 4x2 Commando rear axle.

Image of Lucas Oil Gear Oil : Part number 10043

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silverbullet.

Yes that is very good oil.Maintain your buggy saves you money in the long run.Next clean out your C/V joints just cut the metal clamps slide boots off c/v push them out of  your way if boot are good and get some brake clean 6 cans and get all that nasty grease out and replace it with new grease and boot clamps .Auto Zone has clamps and grease.This is for everyone.

Rich

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TY-RAPs work good for me after I open a CV up and they are a lot easier than some of the boot clamps that have to be crimped.

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Should have ask this as well, any recommendation for anti freeze/ brand, mixture.

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silverbullet We us green 50/50 mix.So no minerals in the water.If you live  up north 20- than see what you need,Any good brand.

Rich

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