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Old 02-12-2024, 02:41 AM   #1
Tpo
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Eaton limited slip differential

So if Iím to believe the sticker behind my gas tank, my 60 half ton 2WD has a limited slip. After an hour of reading old threads I think I actually know less than I did before I started. Do I have clutches in my carrier that need a posi additive? Can I run old school 80/90 weight gear oil, with the posi additive, and be OK? Does it need to be hypoid oil? Iíve yet to drive it so I donít know what kinda shape the rear end is in, those clutches may be totally shagged by now.
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