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Old October 31st, 2009, 07:36 PM
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Question Drain Plug Diffs/Xfer Case

Are the front/rear diff drain plugs the same size/thread as the transfer case drain plug? I want to replace all three with a magnetic drain plug FTC5208G from AB.

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T-box is different

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Finally got a round tuit...

The front/rear diff and the LT230 drain plugs are the same...
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The front/rear diff and the LT230 drain plugs are the same...
That is what I thought, but I did not want to contradict DB without being sure.
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hmm. guess I'll have to hve another look. i thought the lt230 used a hex head plug with a copper washer.

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hmm...not sure...

Are there different designs/versions of the LT230? IIR I read somewhere about LT230Q and LT230R boxes...

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hmm. guess I'll have to hve another look. i thought the lt230 used a hex head plug with a copper washer.

It is the fill plug that is the same as the drain on the diffs. The drain is a short bolt as DB says.
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