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Old May 30th, 2008, 09:23 PM   #21
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Yeah, but short distance, right?

Otherwise, put the transmission in gear, not neutral. As a general rule, the oil slingers in the trans work off the transmission input shaft, on the output, so you don't want the trans spinning, which it can/will do, even when the t-case is in neutral, due to parasitic drag....
Your a fucktard, even with the t-case in nutral there will not be nearly enough parasitic drag to spin the trans output nearly fast enough to even think about an oiling problem.
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Your a fucktard, even with the t-case in nutral there will not be nearly enough parasitic drag to spin the trans output nearly fast enough to even think about an oiling problem.
Actually I'll agree with Jesus on this one.


Anything more than 100 miles and you will start to notice wear issues.
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