1. 66Satellite47

    66Satellite47 FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    Pretty sure that is a cone type. I don't think the "specially formulated" are really adequate for the Mopar limited slip units. That type lubricant seems good for the GM style.
     
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    451Mopar Well-Known Member

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    I use the red-line gear oil, it already has the limited slip additive. Never needed to add more.
    For Racing and street/strip, use the Shock-Proof gear oil. I contacted redline and asked if the shockproof is good for street/daily driving, and they said it was fine, but might need to change it more often?
     
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    Shock Proof heavy aka strawberry milkshake.
     
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    Noted.
    I already found a local source where i can buy the Mopar additive, i will get some of that to use it with the oil i bought.
     
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