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Rear Diff gauge question...

Anyone have a rear diff gauge... This has got to be the most boring gauge I have ever seen... in two weeks I have seen it just barely creap off 100... normal?

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Re: Rear Diff gauge question...

drive faster.....and it will move. I have seen 220 towing 18k at 80MPH
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drive faster.....and it will move. I have seen 220 towing 18k at 80MPH

Makes me wounder if the sender is ok... Going to pull it tomarrow and put a lighter on it...

Of course I was empty, and it was snowing or raining the whole way...

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Re: Rear Diff gauge question...

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Makes me wounder if the sender is ok... Going to pull it tomarrow and put a lighter on it...

Of course I was empty, and it was snowing or raining the whole way...

Thanks!
I would probably say the cooler weather had a lot to do with the temp being low in the diff
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Re: Rear Diff gauge question...

Mine runs about 150 usually, but towing a heavy load for at least an hour it's got up to 200. That's with the sensor mounted on the top of the Mag-hytec.


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