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They share the same oil. I use straight 40 weight oil in mine. Oddly enough the oil spec for the 3 speed transmission used in the D24 changed when the same transmission was used in later models.
D29, D30, D D34, D41, D Went from the 90 wt to SAE W. Seems whatever the R10 is happy Untitled - Andrew Coltrane - Untitled would be the way to go. Funny, I found only Jim's reply, started to write my continued question, went away to get a cup of coffee In case the mopar 3-speed can live with 90W and 10W!?!
Just as Shel said. I'd get me a big Trini Lopez - The Bramble Brush of straight mineral 40 weight motor oil and use it on the engine, 3-speed and OD!
That's another trick I learned by an old timer here in Finland: He remarked, that the 30's's flat head engines have not proper lubrication for the top of the engine, most important not for the valve guides.
Now, the modern oils are too good, on his opinion, there's not vaporization in the same extent as the oils tolerate much higher temperatures. Paradoxical, good modern oils are bad for the old engines. He strongly recommended sticking in basic single grade mineral oil. Yet more, Jim Richardson of Hemmings wrote in the H's Classic Car, that old engines would need zinc-sulfur compound in the motor oil to keep the contact surfaces from excessive wear.
He wrote he ran one chevy cam shaft lobes flat with modern oil without any zinc HCC issue 74, Nov. Thus he recommends ZZDP additive in mineral oil. Well, now I went off-topic in my own thread I believe if you do some checking about and reading on lube properties that the FGL- 80 has the viscosity of a 40 weight oil NOW for a product that is totally available at parts houses I keep both of these oils on hand. Penzoil is not common brand here, only sold by US cars specialized parts dealer at relatively high price.
No problem finding corresponding synchromesh trans oil, though. I think everyone is familiar with George Ash. He is rebuilding a OD trans for me right now and I'm to pick it up next week. It's the Ancient Eyes - Bob Snider Performed Live By Various Artists* - Poetreason: The Songs of Bob Snider one everyone is looking for to install in their Plymouth to bolt up.
Funny thing though I can't remember if it's a r7 or r10,anyway he said 80 and 90 wt. I don't Lily & Al - Siobhán OBrien - Cats Eyes, but I'll be finding out next week. I have seen the differences in the Dodge book as compared to the Plymouth and other car companies using the R10 unit As George Asche is an Amsol dealer I am surprised he did not recommend one of there products.
He used to supply a couple quarts of his recommended Amsol oil with the transmissions he re-builds. Yes, also in the generic Warner R10 manual told the same; SAE 40 straight engine oil would be the best recommendation, absolutely no EP additives because they provide risk to block the funnels to pinion bearings Ditto on the 15w40 Amsoil, Asche also recommended I use that on the R7 he built for me. Have used it for around 4 years and no issues. Quiet too. Some of the synthetic gear oils will state that its okay for brass.
GL4 has less of the sulfur based additives than GL5. I think GL4 and GL5 are performance specifications that may not address the specific chemical derivatives that are used as additives. This is a topic that leads many to make special orders of gear oil.
In the very article I listed a link to above does indeed list Electric Angel Overdrive - Bill Dawg Esq. And The Extrordinaires - Beautiful To Gorgeous very rating behind the GL lubes per their number rating Yes I agree there are marketed products out there that have EP additives that are not the familiar old school variety and are supposed to be compliant for use with the yellow metals.
I will only advise to be sure that you personally know what EP additives are user friendly with the yellow metals and which are not only then can you make an informed choice to the product to use. Again buyer beware The bottle clearly states safe for manual transmissions. I do not recall its name. There is a website listing Bike Blood - Fabulous Poodles - Think Pink products.
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R10 manual allows heavy oil for extreme heat, but here in north those conditions do not exist. Does a heavy oil hinder the OD from working as quick as required? Would like to learn what do you use in your units? Experiences using different weight oils? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Jim Yergin. Posted March 22, edited.
When I hit return I found Shel's reply, which kind of already answered my Rag Doll - Babaloo - Teenager Melodie question. Edited March 22, by Plymouthy Adams. However, thanks for your advice, I think I most probably have GL1 stuff with me already.
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