I live just down the street from an AC dealer. Went in the other day to get some parts for general P/M. At that time I said thats the last time I see this AC dealer.
So today I decide to finish P/M for the hunting season, Oil, filter etc.
I looked at the service manual for fluids in my front and rear Diff. Then I check this board and a few sections on the internet, all sorts of different views. So trying to stay true and Not stoping at the AC dealer, I went to an auto supply store, lots of top name gear lube fluids. But not sure which one fit the AC modified friction suggestion.
So I go over to the AC dealer tell them I have a prowler 700xtx year 2009 and I want to change my front and rear diff's. They come back with 2 qt's of AC gear oil. I think thats more than I must need, I look at both and neither says modified friction. I tell the guy hey, AC says I need friction modified in the rear????
He says we dont even do that we use this. I said well why does AC ask for it, he gets snippy and says you want modified friction I will get it and returned with a 9.3 oz container. At this point I am not going to ask about how full.
I hate the service manual " Pour the appropiate amount of recommended lubricant into the fill/level hole." And another says: the lubricant should be 1" below the threads of the plug.
So I filled the rear with modified friction, and I filled it to 1" below the fill hole. And use regular lubricant in the front and its 1" below the fill hole.
Anyone want to sound in on if I screwed up or not, or need to change anything?