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Question about B-series differential

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RenegadeJ
Having just put on of these back together I put as much grease in the differential by hand that I could. Then after putting the unit back together I pumped grease through the fitting. It seem to get plenty of grease via the grease fitting but sometimes I over lube things. With plenty of grease these old tractors last a long time. I don't think you can overlube the differential.

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Dave-Saratoga
In the spirit of this glorious day here on the east coast- I'm finishing up rebuilding a tranny and differential from a big10 that I had started late last fall and had a question about grease in the differential housing. I want to clean out the old grease from the differential housing and, in the process, inspect the gears. Will the housing get greased when I reassemble the differential and pump in new grease through the fitting on the axle tube or, should I attempt to pack the gears before attaching the differential to the axle. Thanks

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