by 6Sixathome » Oct 18 2011, 11:23am
by EKinMN [OP] » Oct 18 2011, 1:37pm
by Rashiki » Nov 06 2011, 9:12am
by EKinMN [OP] » Nov 06 2011, 2:29pm
by BuxCamper » Nov 06 2011, 3:36pm
EKinMN wrote:I have a thing about changing all the fluids early, especially with as much towing I do, and the fact that I wanted to get Amsoil in everything. 10,000 miles may be a bit soon, but I believe in getting fresh fluids in the vehicle after break in. I did the oil at 1,000 miles; differentials at 10,000 miles; and will do transmission shortly. From there on, I follow a normal interval.
by EKinMN [OP] » Nov 06 2011, 3:38pm
by starspangled6.0 » Nov 06 2011, 4:00pm
Rashiki wrote:Nice job. Did yours reek to high hell like the ones I hav changed?
I'm about to do all the fluids in mine before winter, it just sucks that the manual calls for two different weight fluids for my front and rear diffs
by Z15 » Nov 06 2011, 5:41pm
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