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Re: tinny noise coming from Eaton Rear
03marauderman #1325764 Wed Sep 11 2019 03:07 PM
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Ditto on the NAPA mineral oil for use in transmissions. Regular 90 weight "multi-purpose" gear lube or synthetics like 75W-90 or 85W-120 work well in rear ends, NOT older transmissions.
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Re: tinny noise coming from Eaton Rear
03marauderman #1328281 Mon Sep 30 2019 07:04 PM
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The Detroit Locker actually replaces the differential carrier and gears. Since your truck is a C30, it probably has a locker rather than a positrac. The clicking sound is normal.


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