After all of the fun of getting the brake drums off of a 1961 Studebaker Dana 44 TT (I swelled one of the axle ends getting it disassembled I pulled the inspection cover and black lube poured out (and over the the catch container) I didn't notice immediately that there was some solid material hanging over the opening after I removed the cover. I removed quite a bit of this "gelatinous" material, first thing I thought of was that someone had added sawdust but it just didn't seem quite like that either. Sorry...no pictures, I thought I had taken a picture but NADA. Any idea if this might be a somewhat "normal" situation with the addition of a posi track additive to conventional rear end lubricant? I just hate to spend the time cleaning it up and having just one more piece of heavy junk to get rid off.