tedkay: if when i take my cover off! and if i'm not having issues with my gears , i am not checking for nothing but cleaning the small shavings out with the dirty oil , cleaning matting surface and installing the new cover and gasket fill it and drive! LOL!
Teo Flores: do i need to add friction modifier
Jeremiah Fisher: I watched your video the other night and just did mine today I did everything as you shown but I forgot to do the pump around the gears will that hurt anything? Oh and I had bought my own gasket and used a lil RTV just to help set it in place however no avail there just moved all over is there a certian time I need to let the RTV black set up? Somewhere I thouught a hour or so I just got everything done with it at 420 but I am letting the gasket stuff set up before putting fluid in I did already tighten and torque everything and some of the gasket material squished out which I know that wont hurt anything but I just wanna make sure I did everything correctly cause last thing I wanna do is screw up my truck lol
Kevin McDonnell: When I bought my truck I had the ring and pinion replaced under warranty ... 2000 f150 that was 5 years ago and thirty thousand miles ... So my fluid change is due I think I'm going to get a new cover because mine looks so ratty... And I won't have to waste time cleaning it
Kevin McDonnell: Good show mate
sll Kings offspring: How do you find out the recommended torque for tightening
Oscar Gomez: This Video deserves an Academy Award.
idahomountainelk: Excellent video! Would you recommend amsoil synthetic on a 1994 F250?
Gary Miles: Ah after 15 years of having my 01 F150 I guess its time to change out the differential fluid. maybe that will stop that winding noise I hear... nice video thank you for posting...
Andrew S: When removing the diff cover, it makes it easier to remove the bottom 3 bolts first, then get a flat head screwdriver and slightly pry the bottom apart to let the fluid drip out. That way you don't get fluid coming down the screwdriver and onto your hand.
maconsumner: Good teach!!!!! May I add, I used super fine steel wool to clean off the mating surfaces before cleaning out the housing.
jaime perez: need aditive or not?
BLAIJ009: Other than gear lube, what could you use in order to clean other contaminants out? I don't think you want to use brake cleaner. :)
unclematt3: Great video. Thank you!
FireGallery: Amsoil isnt the only Synthetic oil maker! Ford recommends Mastercraft
Miguel Marrero: thanks your video was very helpful. God bless you
mago kim: Five stars ;)
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