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Equivalent or better to Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-140 #2521595
02/01/12 09:47 AM
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backpack Offline OP
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Looking transmission gear oil equivalent or better than Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-140.

If there is nothing available then should I buy bottle and send it to blackstone for analysis to see if they have recommendation for equivalent or better?


Thanks advance...

Re: Equivalent or better to Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-140 [Re: backpack] #2521601
02/01/12 09:51 AM
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IMO you cant go wrong with SVG. Sending a VOA to blackstone isnt going to get you an answer from them, and I doubt that youll be able to determine a better option by reading the VOA yourself.

What do you think is wrong with SVG that you are looking for the next best thing?

Molakule on here used to make a custom gear lube that quieted a noisy BMW diff better and longer than what I used prior (redline), and Id imagine that his stuff may be "better", but even that is subjective.

Re: Equivalent or better to Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-140 [Re: backpack] #2521634
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Red Line 80W-140 would be my next choice.

Re: Equivalent or better to Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-140 [Re: azsynthetic] #2521643
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Redline Shockproof 75W140 . best stuff you can get.

Re: Equivalent or better to Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-140 [Re: backpack] #2521673
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The Shockproof blend is not setup for high speed usage though so beware.

Re: Equivalent or better to Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-140 [Re: backpack] #2521679
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Severe Gear is great, use it in all of my vehicles and racecars, never had a failure.


2012 Subaru WRX AWD: RP HPS 5w-30 8K mi
2011 Mazda 2 Sport: RP XPR 0w-20 5K mi
2003 Ford Escape V6 4WD: PHM 5w-20 165K mi

Re: Equivalent or better to Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-140 [Re: Solo2driver] #2521865
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Yep I saw one oil study comparing most of the brands and Amsoil was one of the few above others.

Amsoil hard to get on these neighborhoods and I just wanted to see if there is other options available or do I bend over and get hosed with triple prices Amsoil haves.

Re: Equivalent or better to Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-140 [Re: backpack] #2522342
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Originally Posted By: backpack
Yep I saw one oil study comparing most of the brands and Amsoil was one of the few above others.

Amsoil hard to get on these neighborhoods and I just wanted to see if there is other options available or do I bend over and get hosed with triple prices Amsoil haves.


Not sure where you are in KS, but you can very easily order Amsoil, and even then it's not triple the price of comparable synthetics. Also, if you are a PC you can pick up Amsoil from the Wichita, KS Distribution Center:
3800 W. 29th Street S.
Suite 5
Wichita, KS 67217


DIRECT JOBBER - PABLO - for all your Amsoil needs
http://oilslubesandfilters.shopamsoil.com/


Re: Equivalent or better to Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-140 [Re: backpack] #4683259
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Reviving a thread with a question.
Based on mola, pablo, and 2015psd, I'm changing diff fluid to Amsoil SG. Readily available at Farm and Home, but what do I do if I need a limited slip additive? Amsoil recommends their branded add, I've always run RedLine additive in other gear oils. Both need to be ordered off the web.
What do the experts here say? Amsoil, RL, or commonly available LubeGard? Any significant difference?

Last edited by beanoil; 03/03/18 03:22 PM.

beanoil: Tough under heat, real dirty afterwards.
Re: Equivalent or better to Amsoil Severe Gear 75W-140 [Re: azsynthetic] #4694605
03/14/18 01:08 PM
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Originally Posted By: azsynthetic
The Shockproof blend is not setup for high speed usage though so beware.


Says the racers who run crazy power through 4.88 gears lap after lap ...


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