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Re: Too many oil compartments!

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Aaron SEIA

12-29-2012 06:12:44

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Hy Tran might be over kill for an old WD, but is the cheapest way to get good oil in all the holes. As always, a good operators manual will tell you where, what, and how much oil to use.


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12-29-2012 13:22:45

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 Re: Too many oil compartments! in reply to Aaron SEIA, 12-29-2012 06:12:44  
AaRON! Those good operator manuals, seem to only get opened, when you don't think you understand something! How many of us think we know our machines, and blunder ahead, till we hit a stump?I am guilty as charged!

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12-29-2012 13:10:44

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 Re: Too many oil compartments! in reply to Aaron SEIA, 12-29-2012 06:12:44  
The last time, (2 yrs ago), I went to wally world, and got 5 gal of HYtRAN, which beat NAPA's prices considerably. It seems to be light enough, to make for less creep with my hand clutch in cool conditions.80-90 has its place, and provides good wear protection, but I dont care for the increased drag when cold.My rear end gets by on it, and also the finals.

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