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I found out that you have to let the lube "find it's level" after you let it sit for about 5 minutes when filling. It fills quickly, and when you think it's full, it's not. It will slowly drop {a few times!}, before actually filling to the bottom of the lowest thread. Just thought I'd throw this out because I bet there's a lot of "half-full" diffs out there.......and no, I have no leaks, it's as dry as "new"...which it is.....
 

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Same thing happened to me the first time I changed my gear oil. I was like WTF! I was looking for leaks everywhere.:lol:
 

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is there a post that lists the steps in changing the rear Diff fluid? Still waiting for a manual for my 93 bayou 300. search didn't turn up anything specific..Thanks.
 

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The more times I've changed the diff fluid the faster it seems to "absorb" the fluid, especially on the front. A friend warned me the first time so I waited, luckily or I probably would have had the same problem.
 
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