This seems to be their home page. Power Up Lubricants NNL 690, NNL 690G, Diesel FX, Gen49D, HydraMaxx, Genesis, Thixogrease, RCL 1000, Pen 2000 - HomeP.J. who makes the Power up Gear Oil ?
Brad-P.J. who makes the Power up Gear Oil ? easy enough to add. I also installed the new diff. cover from Germany, ( finned) only about 1/4 in. or less clearance, between the cover and the pan hard rod, had to take it loose to install :yup: Also installed the new Bosal resonator w/ blk. tips.
Brad, this is for education purposes, not to tell you what to do now. Concrete "cinder" blocks used to lift cars have killed and injured a number of folks. They are very weak when on their side like that (holes should always be facing up, not sideways) and are VERY susceptible to breaking unless the load is spread out over the entire top with a 2x10. NEVER allow a single point load on any concrete block, even a solid one, as they will split and fail.Brad-
Please turn those concrete blocks and put a board on them!
And mine as well. I had some students working outside my school shop on a small farming implement. They grabbed the nearest thing, a concrete block to keep the tongue of the implement off the ground. They broke about three before I realized what they where doing. A teachable moment to NEVER use them under a vehicle.Brad, this is for education purposes, not to tell you what to do now. Concrete "cinder" blocks used to lift cars have killed and injured a number of folks. NEVER allow a single point load on any concrete block, even a solid one, as they will split and fail.
Yes.My rear diff just started leaking a little fluid after driving. I know there is a little filler bolt thing and I think the level of fluid is supposed be level with the bolt hole. Am I right?
NO! You must use synthetic 80W-90 GEAR oil.So if it's low I just need to get a funnel and put some synthetic motor oil in it?