Gear lube was [DML] Re: Jumping
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Gear lube was [DML] Re: Jumping



I contacted RedLine - neither. You should use the 75W90NS product. 
Since this is a transaxle, it needs to have the correct hypoid-spec 
lube for the differential. In Redline's term, NS denotes "Not for Non 
Slip". Yeah -a double negative but it's what it means. Their comment 
was that if you put their normal 75W90 stuff in there, it is too 
slick for the syncros to work properly. 

I've also had very good luck with the Valvoline Full Synthetic 75W90 
gear lube. It's not any cheaper than Red Line, but it's probably 
easier to find. You need almost a whole gallon for manual trans, so 
you're going to be spending about $40 on a gear lube change. 

Dave Swingle


In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Macias" <jdm5@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Does anyone have more information on the redline synthetic 
> transmission fluid? Which is preferable: The MTL or MT 90? Thanks
> 
> John
> #7009

>








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