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    Should I lube the differential?

    I've been reading somewhere that I should do this with my Caldera 10E. Should I? What do I use and how do I do that?


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    RE: Should I lube the differential?

    maybe describe your lube......
    if it's not a sealed diff than i wouldn't use the actual diff oil, as it will just leak out when hot and make a mess.  But as for the redcats i'm sure if they are sealed or at least the caldera.
    I use good high temp white lithium grease in my diffs, don't need to be swimming in it but enough to keep things covered..

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    RE: Should I lube the differential?

    Thanks for the response. How would I go about doing this? Do I need to take it all apart or is there some way I can inject it in there?

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    RE: Should I lube the differential?

    you would have to take the diffs out of the truck in order to lube/fill the diffs.
    125 characters and 2 lines is not enough to list my RC obsession!!!

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    RE: Should I lube the differential?

    Use this stuff on your differentials, you can get it at any NAPAstore.

    http://www.amazon.com/SILGLYDE-LUBE-.../dp/B000KXLR5E


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