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Final testing showed that with the baffle in place (arrow), oil flow was at an optimum at all speeds. In regular rockcrawling, heat isn't generated at sufficient levels to affect cooling, and enough oil is slung around by the components to lube everything. At highway speeds the oiling system nearly pressurizes the pinion bearings with oil, which keeps it all cool.