He has the correct #. It is just not available anymore. It for sure is not EP 90. You are not correct 36 Coupe.
To original poster. I used UTF that meets 134D Spec, it works for me. As stated by Tony Jacobs before, there is a Valvoline product that more closely matches the old spec. It is a little thicker than 134D. (but it sure is not 90 wt) HTH Keith
Re: Ford 601 1960 yr. in reply to Keith Williams, 07-17-2013 17:43:18
Hello Keith , Technically it is still available just could not ever figure out why they called mild ep 80 or 90 , as one number is an A(80 weight) and the other is B(90 weight). They are both Mineral oils 80 and 90 weight and that is what belongs in the N series tractors and that is what came in the 100 series tractors and 01 series tractors when new . I still use the Mineral oils in the N series tractors when I service them , hydraulic pump works much better with the thicker oil and lasts longer with the thicker oil . Tony
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