does any one know where to get some without buying a 5 gal bucket in the seattle area. thanks pat
Use modern rear end lube. If you want some 600 wt, come to Poulsbo and I will give you a gallon of 600 wt.
I use the 600-W oil from Snyders, part # M-533, $7.95 quart in all my T's and my A. www.snydersantiqueauto.com
I get Sta-Lube SAE 140 at the local Napa store.
Agree, Sta-Lube SAE 140.... and it's local at NAPA stores
Can a guy get that at a local NAPA store?
No Jerry, but I hear NAPA stores have it.
Truck places have real heavy gear oil too. And some bearing stores.
i contacted lucas oil and they told me i could run a mix of their gear oil cut 50/50 with their oil stabilizer. This brings down sulfur levels to manageable levels for use with brass thrust washers
Nathan, is that their heavy duty oil stabilizer used with their 85/140 gear oil? Thanks.
to my memory, that is correct. Also, straight HD Oil Stabilizer will work too
Call Mr. Bender, he is up in your area. I am sending a PM with his phone number.
It was decide about 12 years ago that if you use the wrong stuff, like GL5 instead of GL4, in T brass thrust diff. it will discolor the brass and in a few hundred years it may even show a little harm to the thrusts. That is not for sure though, it may not do any harm.