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Old May 1st, 2007, 08:28 PM   #1
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I bought a jeep with lockers already in it and never really have messed with them before. Im getting ready to change out the gear oil, do i need to put in additive or just regular old gear oil? The are dana 60's with full detroit lockers.
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Good old 80-90 will do the trick for ya. Nothing fancy needed with lockers just limited slip needs that additive crap
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Good old 80-90 will do the trick for ya. Nothing fancy needed with lockers just limited slip needs that additive crap
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sweet, thanks for the help.
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well... that all depends on what the locker is when its not locked.... if its a LSD when its not locked then it will need LSD additive.... I have to use the additive in my Auburn E-lockers..... which are LSD's when they are not locked...

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The are dana 60's with full detroit lockers.


Pretty sure Detroits are always Detroits.

Now, if he asked about what he should put in your axles, you would have a reason to post on this month old thread....
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Pretty sure Detroits are always Detroits.

Now, if he asked about what he should put in your axles, you would have a reason to post on this month old thread....
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