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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-14-2011, 01:04 AM Thread Starter
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front diff fuild in a 08 f250

hey i looked but with no luck, how much fuild goes in the front diff on a 2008 f250 4*4. I know to put in 75-90 weight, didnt want to order to much or little.
Also does it need slip lock add, i was going to put amsoil in the front to match the back.

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Re: front diff fuild in a 08 f250

Ford says it needs 5.9 qts, and its 75-90w and doesnt require slip lock.
If anyones else needs this info. Thanks

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Re: front diff fuild in a 08 f250

6 quarts sounds like allot

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Re: front diff fuild in a 08 f250

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Re: front diff fuild in a 08 f250

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6 quarts sounds like allot

it does dont it. Just got word back from Amsoil will see how accurate they are. 5.9 is what the dealer told me.
I ordered 6 anyway. May have some to send back

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Re: front diff fuild in a 08 f250

It's more like 3 quarts

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Re: front diff fuild in a 08 f250

5.9 pints maybe.

My 00' D60 took about 2.4-2.7 qrts/ltrs.

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Re: front diff fuild in a 08 f250

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Ford says it needs 5.9 qts, and its 75-90w and doesnt require slip lock.
If anyones else needs this info. Thanks
Front diff takes 6 Pints = 3 qts no slip lock additive needed.


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