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Old December 21st, 2006, 09:10 PM
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EP90 in transfer box ?

Hello

Do you guys think i can use LR EP90 oil for
my transfer box.
I'm in hot weather all year long.

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Old December 21st, 2006, 09:12 PM
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yes, I think you can
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Rob what is your reccomendation?
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I've some feedbacks advising multigrade oil, 75W90
or 80W90.
What about synthetic or mineral issue ?
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I've (on reflection) used 80W90 as well. couldn't detect any difference. same stuff has gone in the diffs too.
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My preference is Chevron Delo 75w90. It's proven in OTR trucks and is reasonably inexpensive but you have to buy it in 5 gallon containers.
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