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I've received my Slim car.. aka mini inferno conversion. It has arrived with metal planetry diffs, what is best to use to lube the gears?

I thought about some ceramic grease but it may be too thick..

Ideas?
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think grease in such a diff isnot always a disadvantage, AFAIK!
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think grease in such a diff isnot always a disadvantage, AFAIK!
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depents what you want , are they sealed units? if so you can tune them with different silicone diff oils, if not sealed then diff thicknes greases. normally thinner in the rear thicker in the front

this could well be a tuning device on the serpent off road car , as they have just released a gear diff forthier touring car
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