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fluid levels

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by mycave, Aug 26, 2000.

  1. mycave

    mycave Junior Member
    Messages: 17

    I am getting ready to do some maintence on my chevy 4x4. Wandering if I can get some info on types and amounts of fluid for 14 bolt 9.5 rearend, 10 bolt gm up front, and 700r4 trany? The pumkins are leaking and need new gaskets and the trany probaly hasent had much maintence. Don't have service book any info will help thanks!
    120000 miles on truck
     
  2. TX_Mudder

    TX_Mudder Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    I just changed all my fluids in my truck, a 76k20 with the 465/205 combo.
    I do not have the exact axles you have - i have a dana44 8-lug and a 14bolt FF. However, they took about (just guessing here since I got a 35lb container of 80w90 and use a squeeze bottle) about 4 quarts front and 6 quarts rear. In case anyone is interested, the 205 took about 5 and the sm465 (4-speed stick) took a whopping 7 or 8! All my stuff uses 80w90 gear oil. You axles should too, but your tranny since it is auto uses some sort of ATF, not sure what. Your tcase with a 700 is a NP208, right? I'd guess it uses 80w90 also, but check with some else to be sure.
    Make sure you put in some friction modifier if you have a LSD in the rear or you will burn it up.
    -- Mike
     
  3. John DiMartino

    John DiMartino PlowSite.com Veteran
    Messages: 2,154

    -The 700 will take 4-5 quarts,the t-case will take about 3,the rear will take 4-5 quarts
     
  4. mycave

    mycave Junior Member
    Messages: 17

    Thank you for the info, everything went real well and no leaks or broken teeth on the gears!!
     
  5. TX_Mudder

    TX_Mudder Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    NP208

    BTW, I found out the 208 uses regular motor oil (like 10w30) not gear oil. It uses it because it is chain drive.
    Just to let you know.
    -- Mike