We can decide about our engine/tranny/primary choices based on operating results. Synthetic in the engine for cooler temps, gear oil in the tranny for less clunk, dino in the primary for less clutch slip, etc. We can also decide on meeting spec (GL1 vs GL5, favorite brands, theories on base stock, zinc and phosphorous, whether or not we want to subsidize the dealership, etc. Thatís largely personal preferences with some spin based on test reports, etc.

What I would like to know from the owners here is what lubricants produced great long term drive train reliability results in real life conditions. In the end I think that is the most important info on what works the best. Who doesnít want to go 100K miles without a major teardown and no beakdowns on the road?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.


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