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video: how to change your transfer case fluid

yup, another thing the dealership robs you with! changing the atf+4 fluid in your transfer case is beyond easy.
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nice vid, i really need to do this to mine. I am just dreading dropping my RR skids.

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nice vid, i really need to do this to mine. I am just dreading dropping my RR skids.
Ditto. Sans aftermarket skids, this is the most easiest service that can be performed.
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Are the pine cones a safety item, or for absorbency in case of accidental overflow?

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" retardedly fucking simple" probably my favorite line in the whole video. Did anyone else notice the black panther run past the back of the jeep?
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Are the pine cones a safety item, or for absorbency in case of accidental overflow?
hardly safety, you ever roll over on one?

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" retardedly fucking simple" probably my favorite line in the whole video. Did anyone else notice the black panther run past the back of the jeep?
that is Toby, my fairweather feral yard cat.
he has figured that the house is nice when its raining..or cold..or a little over nice out..or noisy...or too quiet...
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Good video Doc watched it just for entertainment purposes.

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hardly safety, you ever roll over on one?



that is Toby, my fairweather feral yard cat.
he has figured that the house is nice when its raining..or cold..or a little over nice out..or noisy...or too quiet...
Judging by the name of the cat I'm assuming you've seen at least part of the movie Roots.


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