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Black or Ultra Blue? Going to do the rear differential. The ultra states rear differential on there site the black doesnt. But I here alot of people use the black. I have some black in the garage will it work or should I drive to the store and get the ultra blue?
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Well since I had to run to get the oil anyway, I went and picked up the Ultra Blue. So far no leaks. I'll give it a few days to make sure, then I'll be worry free. Found a wire brush works better than a scraper to clean the surfaces. Tried a gasket remover but it didn't penetrate that well or it was just to old from being in the garage. Thing took almost 3 full quarts instead of the 2.45 it states in the Haynes Book. But money well spent since it still cost me about half. Alot of places wanted $100-$120
I used this stuff I get from work and it will eat through a gasket or paint in no time. Just dont get it on any skin and it WILL burn
Yep, I used to have some of that but I think autozone either was out or they don't carry it. Napa I know does for a fact but I didn't want to drive to get there. But for future reference the 3m stuff sucks big time. It's says silicone on the can but it didn't peneatrate the RTV at all.