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Unread 06-18-2019, 09:06 AM   #1
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What is everyone using in their marathon differentials? 90 weight???
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Unread 06-18-2019, 09:43 AM   #2
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75w-90 or similar gear oil is fine.
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Thanks Luke. Don't know when this stuff was last changed, so I figured sooner than later to get it done..
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Good idea!
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I saw on another thread just last week the guy said the book called for some kind of obsolete 30w, he was saying the equivalent to that now is Delo 200 or 400 don't remember which one......

I've been using 75-90w gear oil for 20 years in mine with no problems, although the front seal is leaking a bit now so I tried the even thicker 85-140w in hopes of slowing down the leak. That probably wasn't a good idea and I don't think it slowed down the leak either lol
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I saw on another thread just last week the guy said the book called for some kind of obsolete 30w, he was saying the equivalent to that now is Delo 200 or 400 don't remember which one......

I've been using 75-90w gear oil for 20 years in mine with no problems, although the front seal is leaking a bit now so I tried the even thicker 85-140w in hopes of slowing down the leak. That probably wasn't a good idea and I don't think it slowed down the leak either lol
The manual calls for Chevron Delo 200 -30 which is obsolete. I also see people use 30W oil non detergent . Going to go with the 75-90
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