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    Lightbulb Just thinking..trying not to hurt myself!

    Should be getting my diff flluid in the mail tomorrow. Ya think If I fill it 1/2 with 100k and 1/2 with 50k I'd get a 75k?

    I had the rear off to add a thicker fluid in hopes to help with it's "squirlyness" and laid the front on the floor..it rolled a little then locked up. So I pushed it back and forth a little and sure enough something was jamming my front diff. Enough to lock both wheels unless I pushed harder. More Fun! Might not have been a rear fluid thickness problem after all. In anycase there is now no part I haven't taken apart!
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    Im sure youd get CLOSE to 75k or you may get 70k or you may get 80k. 50k in my rear didnt help at all. LMK how 100k works. I was thinking about getting 125 or higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow7g View Post
    Im sure youd get CLOSE to 75k or you may get 70k or you may get 80k. 50k in my rear didnt help at all. LMK how 100k works. I was thinking about getting 125 or higher.
    Yup.. I am too thinking on going str8 100 rear. And then 50 up front if needed.
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    Try THIS CALCULATOR to figure out how you need to mix it.
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    That would be close enough. Let us know how it goes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadx2mj View Post
    Try THIS CALCULATOR to figure out how you need to mix it.
    Thanks!!!

    Viscosity of Fluid A = 100
    Viscosity of Fluid B = 50
    Target Mixture Viscosity = 75

    Mixing Percentages
    Fluid A = 58%
    Fluid B = 42%

    My 50/50 was pretty close!.. I'll start here tomorrow.. Still W8ing 4 my esc to come back though =(
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