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Although he tends to give rather biassed product advice... I will virtually guarantee he suggests Silkolene...
 

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Nicely said:
Although he tends to give rather biassed product advice... I will virtually guarantee he suggests Silkolene...
He suggested Motul when I asked :)
But both are the same types of oils. So it shouldn't matter to much if you go Motul fully synthetic or Silkolene fully synthetic or any other "true" fully synthetic.
 
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Yakozan said:
Nicely said:
Although he tends to give rather biassed product advice... I will virtually guarantee he suggests Silkolene...
He suggested Motul when I asked :)
But both are the same types of oils. So it shouldn't matter to much if you go Motul fully synthetic or Silkolene fully synthetic or any other "true" fully synthetic.
I didnt think synthetics should be used in plated diffs. Anyway hopefully Oilman can help, failing that try Driftworks.
 

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Meddy said:
Yakozan said:
Nicely said:
Although he tends to give rather biassed product advice... I will virtually guarantee he suggests Silkolene...
He suggested Motul when I asked :)
But both are the same types of oils. So it shouldn't matter to much if you go Motul fully synthetic or Silkolene fully synthetic or any other "true" fully synthetic.
I didnt think synthetics should be used in plated diffs. Anyway hopefully Oilman can help, failing that try Driftworks.
Hmm. Could be so. I have no idea. Don't even know if 90PA is synthetic. :eek:
 
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