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Just wandering what normal operating temp. should be on 1 ton rear when warmed up?

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    yes just rebuilt differential and felt pretty warm now I will know what to look for THANKS TONY!!!

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Anywhere from 190 to 220 is a good range. give or take 10 degrees.

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