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I just got my Torco gear oil, and friction modifier. I know i got the right oil. The friction modifier my be wrong. On the back of the bottle. It suggests that you use type Gfor GM's. I bought type F by mistake. It says it is for Fords. Should I not use it, and get the right stuff? Is there really a big problem? Can I use it?
 

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The folks at Diff Technics have indicated that it is the Type-F that you want. I had the same question.

-K
 

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+1 for type F
 

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Yep - Type F works perfectly.

The Torco has been in there longer than anything else was, and the diff is still quiet and hooking great.


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Great. Just wanted to make sure. Will be in in the morning. Thanks guys.
 

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Black Devil said:
I just got my Torco gear oil, and friction modifier. I know i got the right oil. The friction modifier my be wrong. On the back of the bottle. It suggests that you use type Gfor GM's. I bought type F by mistake. It says it is for Fords. Should I not use it, and get the right stuff? Is there really a big problem? Can I use it?

Type F is correct for our rear ends. You have the right stuff.
 

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I've got normal crappy diff oil but used the ford modifier.

I read somewhere that the only difference is that the ford stuff is like a concentrated GM formula.....
 

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We will see soon. I installed it this morning. Drove all day with a bunch of guys. Will try a good slide, of burnout soon.
 
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