Re: My 4x4 problems.

From: Andrew Kelsey (
Date: Fri Jan 07 2011 - 12:03:22 EST

On 1/7/2011 11:51, Josh Battles wrote:
> On Jan 7, 2011 10:10 AM, "Ted Wiegandt"<> wrote:
>> Since the replacement unit will be off the truck anyhow, just drain it
>> through the fill hole nice and easy.
> I would still open it up though. If it were a junkyard diff I was putting
> onto my vehicle I would for sure inspect the gearset before installation.
> Better to find any problems before you've spent the time installing it. He
> could even put the new fluid in on the bench while he's got it opened up.
> - Josh

What kind of thing would I be looking for inside the used diff?

Just got my truck back. The estimate on the paperwork says $1763 for the
new front diff. Why are Dodge parts so freakin expensive?

-Andrew Kelsey

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