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3rd Gen Differential and Manual Transmission (6MT) Fluid Change

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016-2023)' started by Omar RVA, Mar 19, 2017.

  1. Nov 6, 2023 at 4:54 AM
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    33yrsoftoys

    33yrsoftoys Over 40yrs now

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    Bilstein 6112's 5th clip 1/4" spacer driver's side. Icon tubular UCA's with Delta joint, wheelers superbumps, ECGS bushing. Allpro standard leaf packs, 5160's, U bolt flip kit with wheelers super bump's, extended stainless steel brake lines, carrier bearing drop. Icon rebounds 17" with Nitto terra grappler G2's 285/70/17's.
    I just got done changing my fluids last week. I forget how much I hate those hand pumps until I have to use them again.:annoyed:. I went with redline mt85 for my trans this time. I had been kicking around about trying the mt85 instead of the mt90 for awhile. Very smooth and well defined shifts. Winters coming on and I heard it shifts a little smoother cold. We'll see.
     
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  2. Nov 6, 2023 at 6:06 AM
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    CygnusX191

    CygnusX191 Gangster of Boats

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    So. Many. Stickers.
    Looking forward to hearing your longer term results

    I'm about 10k out from doing my transmission again
     
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  3. May 27, 2024 at 1:59 PM
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    bulldog

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    Umm…it’s a Pro Retired 4/29/2023 Dobinsons MRR Dobinsons UCA Dobinsons C59-314 Front Springs Dobinsons I59-110 Rear Springs 4.88 Yukon Gears CMC MobTown Sliders Line-Xed RCI Aluminum Skid BAMF Recessed Grille WARFAB Rear tube bumper SSO Full Plate Hybrid (sitting in the garage still) TTD Carbon Fiber Steering Wheel Clazzio Dark Gray Seat Covers 35% Tint Vinyl Tailgate Letters Undercover Elite Tonneau Apex Stealth Cali LED 31.5" w/upgrade OPT 7 harness and MicTuning Switch V5 Gemtech Homelink 265/75 16 Mickey Thompson Baja Boss A/T Volk Gloss Black 16” 17' Pro Rigid Fog Lights 17' Pro Tail Lights Complete sound proofing
    For the love of Pete, I change both the front and rear in mine today. It's a 23 Pro, but I thought I'd upgrade the front to Lexus bolts before they were seized up. Holy moly, the front drain was so tight it took me forever to get it out. I only have 4100 miles on it and it's superclean underneath, but the factory torqued that mother on there. Glad I did it!
     
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