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Old 09-13-2018, 03:59 AM
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Differential oil

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I have a question. I want to replace the oil in the differential of my Volare. I searched the internet to find out what a suitable oil is. But I saw that this depends on the differential. The only thing I can say about the diff type is that the cover is a 9-bolt hole variant (Chrysler, 7.25 ").
On the internet I have found that 80W90 is sufficient. Can someone tell me if it's the right oil? Are there other addictive needs?

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That should work just fine...... However if the differential has some slop in it? I would go with a Torco 140 weight but that also depends how cold it get were you are at.
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Thanks Bob. I would put some 80W90 oil in it. In winter it is here not as extreme cold in the Netherlands. At least -10 degrees Celsius.
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