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    Post break in service

    I know the whole break in topic has been beat to death, but still could not find an answer for one question I had. Does anyone reccomend changing out the tranny and diff fluids after the first thousand or so miles?

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    Post break in service

    Iv read that too. But when i read it, i had already gone 25k miles. So i decided to do it since i like preventative maintenance
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    I did that. It's cheap insurance.

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    That'd be pretty pointless since it doesn't need changing until 30k miles.
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