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Re: [Tigers] Orginal 4 speed gear lube

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Subject: Re: [Tigers] Orginal 4 speed gear lube
From: "Stu Brennan" <stubrennan@comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 29 Apr 2012 17:43:06 -0400
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Along these lines, where do you get plain old 90 wt gear oil without any 
fancy GL5 additives these days?  I put some 80W90 in mine, and it feels more 
like there's WD40 in there, compared to the older 90 wt stuff.  Plus it's 
GL5.  If anyone knows of a dealer in eastern Mass or RI, even better.

Also, what's good for the stock diff?  Does it mind GL5?  Others may be 
interested in synthetics, but I'll stick with regular old dino oil, thanks.



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