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424 is an API GL-4 or SAE 80W

http://www.mobil.com/english-US/Comm...Mobilfluid-424

https://www.exxonmobil.com/Xomfl/Cor...lfluid-424?p=1


$8.93 per litre
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http://www.eclubes.com.au/shop/browse/10/gear-oils
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These guys http://www.pmlubricants.com.au/ do a Mobil 424 equivalent, price is OK for a good quality oil. The product you are looking for is PM313HP.

Been using it for years, works well.

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If youre in qld I have 8l in the shed, $5 per bottle.
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From what ive just seen, its tractor fluid aswell, similar to what i posted
Purists are probably not going to like this
I used a tractor hydraulic/transmission fluid
Because I had plenty laying around

No it's not synthetic, it's mineral based
No the seals haven't blown out
Yes I can feel the excess backlash in my rear diff when changing between reverse and drive
Even if I've got to change it every 50kms instead of 100kms
I'm still in front
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