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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GMC Rear End Rebuild
here is a great site randy sell great parts at a great price and he is a pro.
check his site and you will find even more info than you need randys
and what emissionwiz said is 100% correct i have had people bring me their trucks with rear ends that they tried to set up just by looking at tooth contact and they have ruined a new set.
follow randys instruction with the right tools and you wonnt have a problem.
good luck paul
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
well, you should really drain all the old oil out, since you will have it out from under the truck and easily handled anyway. Also, I like to add a little Lucas oil stabilizer to the oil too, just a little extra protection for a part that does alot of work. As far as the lubricant goes, I have found that good ol 80W90 does just fine. Let me know if this helps :)
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
There is a Valvoline synthetic blend of 80w-90 that should be fine to use. If you are in a colder climate, you might want to use the 75w-80.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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