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Friction modifier in a Detroit locker?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Klef72K5, Sep 25, 2004.

  1. Klef72K5

    Klef72K5 1/2 ton status

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    Do I need friction modifier in a Detroit locker? It's a CUCV 14 bolt. We only use it when there are clutches in the case, but I never owned a Detroit.
    Looks to be a Detroit but it may be a Gov. locker. How can you tell the difference?
     
  2. rodzzilla

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    Just regular gear lube.
     
  3. Klef72K5

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    I thought so, But thought I would ask. Thanks!
     
  4. txfiremank5

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    If it's a CUCV, it should be a detroit, but you never know what someone may have done

    A Gov will have 3 cross pin holes, and Detroit will have 4.

    Just turn the carrier as your looking at it, and the holes are the ones that are about the size of a quarter, they will be facing you as they go by.

    I hope that helps, it's sort of hard to explain. /forums/images/graemlins/dunno.gif
     

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