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I believe most, if not all, synthetic gear lubes come with limited slip additives already in them. Read the bottle...it should tell you if it's in there or not.
 

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i think it may be for limited slip now that i think of it.
The stuff i used is out of a 10 gallon barrel from the BMW dealership i work at.
I just found out from a guy at work that this stuff is for the beemers with limited slips.
 

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Let me ask you a question, are you gonna drive this truck thru water, if you are you might want to not use synthetic gear oils in the rears, t-case, trans because it will cost you hundreds to drain and fill again, figure the good syn gear oils are like $11 to $15 a quart now times that by 2 rears 1 t-case 1 trans you might want to stick with the regular oil
 

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I use syn gear oils in my trans, t-case, splitter, and rears, for that reason i won't go in water deeper than lug nuts on the side of the tire/wheel touching the ground
 

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Sob send me some too
 
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