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Re: Should I use Hy-Tran?

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buzzinduzzin

05-01-2013 18:40:02
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GL 5 rated have zinc additives, it attacks brass etc.




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TheDurk

05-02-2013 09:44:55
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 Re: Should I use Hy-Tran? in reply to buzzinduzzin, 05-01-2013 18:40:02  
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Sorry for my ignorance, but I wonder if there is in fact any brass in our gearboxes? (I have never had to open up my gearbox in 47 years.) The brass is usually in the synchronizers which we don't have.



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sflem849

05-02-2013 19:19:29
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 Re: Should I use Hy-Tran? in reply to TheDurk, 05-02-2013 09:44:55  
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I never saw any in my H and International wasn't one to reinvent the wheel on every machine.

Here are a bunch of photos of the teardown.

http://s1246.photobucket.com/user/sflem849/library/Farmall%20H



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jkmdg84

05-02-2013 08:03:34
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 Re: Should I use Hy-Tran? in reply to buzzinduzzin, 05-01-2013 18:40:02  
So should a person be trying to find some of the SAE 90 oil? A lot of the 80W90 and 85W140 that you can buy is GL5 rated.



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Duner Wi

05-02-2013 17:43:27
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 Re: Should I use Hy-Tran? in reply to jkmdg84, 05-02-2013 08:03:34  
Napa has GL1 90 #65-205 I think, about $67.00 for 5 US gal. Wonder what would happen if you mixed 50-50 GL1 and GL5. The recipe would about equal what GL 4 has in it for EP.



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Janicholson

05-01-2013 19:19:38
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 Re: Should I use Hy-Tran? in reply to buzzinduzzin, 05-01-2013 18:40:02  

Support for your warning
Why GL5 and GL6 are not GL4



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dej(Jed)

05-02-2013 09:16:31
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 Re: Should I use Hy-Tran? in reply to Janicholson, 05-01-2013 19:19:38  
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FYI: About the author:

Richard Widman's name doesn't appear to be associated with any form of Lubrication Certification in the world. Seems to be some sort of a Nissan guy.

World wide Lubrication Certified people are listed at the following web site:

http://www.stle.org/certifications/cls/default.aspx



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Duner WI

05-02-2013 17:48:33
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 Re: Should I use Hy-Tran? in reply to dej(Jed), 05-02-2013 09:16:31  
Richard posts often on Corvair Center site .



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