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Walmart Gear Lube in Rear Diff #5236694 10/11/19 08:24 AM
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I need Supertech 75W--90. Is this stuff decent? Thanks.

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For what its designed to do... YUP.

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Been talked to death on here.

But what car man? Flying Saucer landing gear lube?

75W-90 Synthetic is great for light duty diffs.

Last qt I bought was like $5.88

I run it in the Subaru and Nissan rear diff with no issue other than IMPROVED operation.

I dont recall LS compatibility w/o friction mod additive


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Re: Walmart Gear Lube in Rear Diff [Re: Hot_Ajax] #5236742 10/11/19 09:07 AM
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I use their 80w-90 in my b4000 rear diff, works great.


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Re: Walmart Gear Lube in Rear Diff [Re: HyundaiAbuser] #5236831 10/11/19 10:29 AM
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Originally Posted by HyundaiAbuser
I use their 80w-90 in my b4000 rear diff, works great.


Abuser: Thanks.

Re: Walmart Gear Lube in Rear Diff [Re: danez_yoda] #5236832 10/11/19 10:29 AM
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Originally Posted by danez_yoda
For what its designed to do... YUP.



Danez: Thanks for the info

Re: Walmart Gear Lube in Rear Diff [Re: Hot_Ajax] #5236907 10/11/19 11:41 AM
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Warren makes good stuff, under many different private labels, I wouldn’t hesitate to use ANYTHING they make, whether it has an ST label, or Mag1, or any other name!


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FWIW, drained the transaxle in my high hours John Deere 216 (vintage) lawn tractor and refilled it with ST 75-90 gear lube. Had a small leak before the drain/refill.

Leak stopped!

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I use the ST 80w-90 in my motorcycle, and have ST 75w-140 in the back of my and brother in laws F150.
Used it in both diff's of my Jeep as well.


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'18 Soul: Synpower 5W-30/ProGuard
'12 xB: M1 EP 0W-20/CQ Blue
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Listed as SAE J2360 (supposedly the king of gear oil specs)


https://www.lubrizoladditives360.com/sae-j2360-standard/

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I use Supertech 75w-140 in my 2005 Sprinter's rear differential without any issues to date.


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2012 Hyundai Accent GLS - 103,000 miles
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Re: Walmart Gear Lube in Rear Diff [Re: Hot_Ajax] #5237642 10/12/19 08:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Hot_Ajax
I need Supertech 75W--90. Is this stuff decent? Thanks.

I use it in all my diffs. Using the syn 75w-140. Seems better than the M1 75w-90 it replaced.
From another thread I posted.

SupertTech Syn

75w90
100C 16.15
40C 109.3
VI 159

75w-140
40C 27.64
100C 171.8
VI 200

SuperTech Conv

75w-90
100C 13.98
40C 130.9
VI 104

75w-140
100C 26.39
40C 347.7
VI 100


2005 Ranger 3.0 - SuperTech Syn 0w-20/Motorcraft
2000 4Runner 3.4 - SuperTech Syn 5w-30/Toyota
1997 B2500 Van 3.9 - M1 HM 10w-30/Mopar
1993 F150 4.9 - SuperTech Syn 5w-30/Motorcraft
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Originally Posted by ka9mnx
Originally Posted by Hot_Ajax
I need Supertech 75W--90. Is this stuff decent? Thanks.

I use it in all my diffs. Using the syn 75w-140. Seems better than the M1 75w-90 it replaced.
From another thread I posted.



Thanks for organizing that data. Very useful. That conventional 75w140 might be a bit harsh for the -35 C mornings in Saskatchewan this winter.


If you want the job done right......do it yourself.
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Originally Posted by Hot_Ajax
I need Supertech 75W--90. Is this stuff decent? Thanks.


No thanks for me?


Yes I dinged you BC you didn't list your application.

but ...

I am hurt now...


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