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Yeah it was tough. I actually used a small squeeze bottle (like 6 oz). What I've actually used before and it works well for some things in the garage is a turkey baster. I know it sounds funny but works well.

I seemed to find what everyone else did. Rear diff oil was darker, wouldn't call it burnt and the front looked as clean as the oil I put back in it.
 

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shoot getting the oil into the diffs was a pain. had to buy a little transfer pump to pump it in. id like to hear how others are getting it in there..
I used a funnel with a hose on the bottom on the front diff,but as back diff hole is smaller used a nipple that screws onto oil jug
 
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