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Which Redline oil is best for our trannys(With NA for now....: )? Please complete the survey along with a reason...thanks guys...
Are you sure? The local auto parts store stocks some redline but not MT90. I remember reading the bottles to find out which one to use instead.... I know one of them was for GL-5 (which I think was the 75w-90). I ended up getting MTL because it was rated GL-4.eric96ser said:MT90 is the fluid to use. 75w-90 and MT90 are the same thing.
you can get it from http://www.myoilshop.com for $7 a quart, and you can get a 10% discount by putting in dealer code 675421 . I'm getting a case of the oil myself. I'm also getting some other stuff like the wetter watter...autoxer7 said:
Yes, the transmission oil on www.myoilshop.com is gear oilLimited Slip said:is gear oil the same as manual transmission oil? i have 2 qt of some Castrol Syntec 75w90 "gear oil"...
i have that really really bad unwilling-to-go-into-1st problem and i want it cured =/
If it says "GL-4" somewhere on the back...then it will work OK, but if it doesn't say GL-4 an only says GL-5, then *I* would stay away from it...Limited Slip said:i just bought the castrol syntehtic oil at the oreillys.
it seems as if, according to redline, gear oil is for the differential and the tranny oil is for gearbox =/
i dunno if i should pour this stuff in
What does the Castrol stuff say, GL-4 or GL-5? If its GL-4 you can probably use it untill you get the REDLINE stuff in the mail...it costs 6.30 a quart from www.myoilshop.com ...read up in my postings an find the dealer code you have to put in...Limited Slip said:hrm ill get some Redline MT then. but i dont know of any localplace tht acrries it and i dont want to have to wait for shipping from buying on interent