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K1500 342. how much rear end grease does it take

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  • krcorbett Mar 10, 2009

    im changing the grease and have to go buy some and wondering how much

  • ccn7 May 11, 2010

    Just fill it until it runs out the filler hole.



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Be sure to confirm the type of gear oil required by your vehicle's rear differential. Some differentials require special additives to ensure correct operation of the limited-slip components. Failing to add the correct amount of additive and/or use the correct type of gear oil can lead to premature wear, poor functioning, and potential break-down.

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