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Old July 11th, 2007, 06:14 PM   #1
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Default Redline 75w140No Slip gear oil in ford 8.8?

My neighbor was putting Redline Oils 75w140NS oil in his Mustang the other day and he told me that on the LSD it does something to the clutchpacks to make them lock together almost like a locker. Has anyone doen this on an 8.8 personally? Would it work good for a DD?
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With out the additive for an lsd in your diff it will not let the clutch's slip. That is what the additive does is let them slip.
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Your neighbor is full of shit, but yes that stuff is good for a DD.

The limited-slip additive already comes in the synthetic gear lube, so you would be all set. I run Royal Purple 75W140 synthetic in my axles.
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