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clutch packs in this rear end. that's what I put in my 9inch. 3.57   do I need to use a friction modifier in this ? I have only run with the 35m that came with car. I know am putting a 460 swap into thanks for any advice on the eaton
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sorry if duplicated. I have this setup , clutch pacs, do I need to use friction modifier? using synthetic gear lube. any other info helpful as I have only run w/351m, know I am doing a built 460. thanks
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several times i've tried using limited slip type gear lube with the additive already in it, i had to add more additive there just wasn't enough in the store bought oil.

Yes clutches need friction modifier
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you can use the trans x brand available at most local parts stores Wink
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I did use castrol synthetic. isn't the friction modifier to reduce foaming?
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Yes, you still need the friction modifier.  It's for the clutches, keeps them from chattering.  I got mine from the Ford dealer, it wasn't expensive and it worked great.
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how much do you add ? thanks
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Originally posted by rancheromac rancheromac wrote:

how much do you add ? thanks


I always double whats suggested, cheap insurance.
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I used one bottle in my rear diff when I changed it last. 
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