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Well i did it. It was pretty much as easy as everyone posted. Rear end took 3qt (i have the rear locker). Tcase took barely any maybe 2qts if that. Front took about 1.7 qts. Had buddy put some grease in the driveshafts. The front one needed the most at 2 pumps rest barely took any. I used royal purple 75-90 fluid. PRICEY but worth every penny. Also did an oil change to royal purple at the same time.



Rear end fluid was NASTY but not as bad as i thought i have 44k miles on my truck. This is the first time i have changed the fluid. The magnet had some sludge on it but no major chunks

Tcase fluid was brand new looking.


Front diff had sludge on magnet and fluid was NASTAY. will deff do my changes every 15k or so from now on in the front and rear diffs.
 

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Changed my fluids this weekend and found the same thing, except for the front. I think I stripped the front allen bolt, even though i let the liquid wrench sit for a very long time. Am I crap out of luck? I'm afraid to drill..any other options?
 
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