Posted by Tony in Mass. on October 16, 2012 at 06:50:46 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: 80-140 posted by miner09 on October 15, 2012 at 17:11:17:
This goes back to the threads a few months ago about what to pour in there- the 90 'mineral' is more like an engine #30, which I suppose is why 15w-40 is now acceptable to put in, but the 80-140 you mention... is the old fashioned standard transmission/ differencial oil... small bottles had the cone shaped cover do get into the diff plugholes, it's more of a syrup than an oil, nope. I wouldn't put that in there nope. After dealing with the sheared bolts in the diesel and looking at the welding job someone did on the TO35 cover..... nope. Go buy a pail of - OK 2 pails- of 15w40, you will have 2 gallons left for an engine oil change, and atleast nothing will break due to wrong fluids.
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