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    jason99 Well-Known Member FCBO Gold Member

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    I have no clue how long it’s been since the last diff service on my Fury. Should I suck the oil out with a pump and put new stuff in or should I pop the cover, fully drain it and inspect the insides?

    If I pop the cover I already have a new fel pro gasket and black RTV for the reassembly.
     
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    Davea Lux Old Man with a Hat FCBO Gold Member

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    It is usually best to pull the cover. Take a tool magnet and check the bottom of the case for any metal that might have worn off and put it back together. Use a little RTV black sealant on the gasket and be sure the bolts are properly torqued. This is also a good time to inspect the gears for pitting or other signs of distress.

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    Thanks for the info and now I have my afternoon project.
     
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    Oil actually looked pretty fresh, so this probably wasn’t need, but it’s better to know. Now off to scrape some gasket.
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    jason99 Well-Known Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Buttoned up and ready to go for a ride.

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