Red Line 57904 75W90 GL-5 Gear Oil, Quart
Synthetic Oil Type, 75W90 Oil Weight, Synthetic, 1 Quarts Gear Lube Volume
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Red Line 75W90 GL-5 Gear Oil is a fully-synthetic formulas created from polyol ester base stocks, offer excellent lubrication under extreme conditions Features a high viscosity-index (VI) to provide relatively constant viscosity and film thickness with varying temperature change. Ester base stocks and friction modifiers provide additional slipperiness to lower operating temperatures by reducing the sliding friction in hypoid gears.
Superior shear stability and reduced oxidation compared to other synthetics and conventional gear oils. Engineered to provide the highest degree of protection and improvement of differential efficiency for better mileage, longer drain intervals, and less wear
- Most popular Red Line gear oil, with thousands of applications for passenger cars, light trucks, and racing vehicles
- Exceeds API GL-5 specifications
- Contains additional friction modifiers for suitability with clutch-type limited slip differentials - for most LSDs, no additional friction modifiers are required
This product is not designed for use in most manual transmissions or transaxles in passenger vehicles, since the extreme slipperiness may cause synchronizer mesh issues that lead to shifting problems
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