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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-21-2008, 09:29 PM Thread Starter
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Flushing rear diff...

Read a few threads... couldn't find what I was looking for.

My inner axle boot popped off... sand everywhere in the CV... just taking a precaution with the rear diff... Diff fluid did not feel gritty.

IF... you had to flush the rear diff... say, as an extreme precaution... what would one use to do that? Just run fresh diff fluid through it several times... Thanks for the help...



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fill it
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If you CV boot ripped you shouldnt have any sand in the diff. However When i was having axle issues.....I actually pulled the diff out twice, disassembled and re assembled it to make sure it was clean. I really dont think you have anything to worry about with a ripped cv boot tho.



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Luckly the boot did not rip... can use it again, and not have to pull axle/CV apart... what a PIA that is. Ya... maybe your right... I'm making a bigger deal that it is. Like I said the diff fluid did not feel gritty.... Fuck it... grease her up and run it like I stole it!



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I doubt you got any sand in the diff. Just clean the CV and re pack it! Make sures its hot and ready for SHowLow!



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I doubt you got any sad in the diff. Just clean the CV and re pack it! Make sures its hot and ready for SHowLow!
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jack it up empty 80% of the oil and refill with diesel fuel , run the diff on the jack for about a mile or so , drain mixture out ,refill with oil and run it for about 3 miles ,drain and refill with clean good oil !!
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Wow Ron, never heard of that trick before! I might need to do that as well. While refilling my rear diff using a turkey baster, I got the tip of the baster into one of the gears then i rotated the wheels and it broke off a piece intot he diff. I figured it is all grinded up now but I think I will drain it and clean it.

What do you guys use for gear oil?



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jack it up empty 80% of the oil and refill with diesel fuel , run the diff on the jack for about a mile or so , drain mixture out ,refill with oil and run it for about 3 miles ,drain and refill with clean good oil !!
Thanks for the tip Ron... so are you saying the CV seal's will be okay using diesel?



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