GO Synthetic SAE 75W-140
Synthetic 75W-140 Limited Slip Gear Oil utilizes next generation synthetic oil technology to provide consistent limited slip differential performance. Popular for cars and light trucks such as the Ford Mustang, Ford F-150, Dodge Ram and others, it is engineered to provide the highest degree of protection and improvement of differential efficiency for improved fuel mileage, longer drain intervals, and less wear and tear. It provides superior lubrication under extreme conditions and maintains a rela-tively constant viscosity with temperature variations. Exceeds the performance requirements of API GL-5. Recommended for limited slip differential applications. Viscosity typical of 75W-140.
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Driven Synthetic Street Performance Limited Slip Gear Oil is designed to offer extreme protection in both torsion and clutch type limited slip differentials. It utilizes an advanced synthetic package that reduces drag, resists foaming and maintains viscosity under high loads and heat. Driven Synthetic Street Performance Limited Slip Gear Oil exceeds the performance requirements of API GL-5 and is recommended for use in street, race and off-road cars and trucks.
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