Transmission Range

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GEARBOX OIL "Important: these oils do not corrode bronze, copper or brass".

The two multigrade oils can replace the SAE30 & 40 as well as the EP80 & EP90. They are compatible with straight-cut gears, synchronic and hypocycloid gearboxes such as overdrives.They do not contain any "EP" type additive that would destroy metals such as bronze, copper or brass. These oils do not contain any molecular antifriction surface-effect additive causing slipping of overdrive clutches and preselected gearboxes (Cotal, Wilson).

GearOil 30 (Multigrade 20w/60)(OK for Cotal & Wilson)

Replaces EP80, SAE30 et 20w/50.
GearOil 30 (20w/60)  GGL821110

1 Liter

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Gearbox Oil 40 (OK for Cotal & Wilson)

Replaces EP90, SAE40.
GearOil 40 (25w/70)  GGL821210
1 Liter
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ATF DX

Oil for automatic transmissions and steering gearbox when original specificationsrecommended: "Fluid type A, Suffix A, Dextron, Dextron-II".
Also found on some mechanical gearboxes ex: Mercedes.
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AUTO DX II

GGL9126x

2 Liters

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TRANSOIL range (Oil for axles and gearbox)

These straight transmission oils, without additives, have been designed in particular for conical torque "Non Hypoid" gears axles/ramps (straight bevel, spiral bevel or worm gears). The choice of viscosity is dictated by the technology used which is why the viscosity recommended by the manufacturer must be respected. (During use, the more fluid the oil, the smoother the gear change).
"Important: these oils do not corrode bronze, copper or brass".

TRANSOIL 90

Oil for axles and gearbox for "light" and "medium" vehicle from the" twenties" and "thirties".

Transoil 90

GGL822110

1 Liter
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TRANSOIL 140

This oil for axle and gearbox is equivalent to oils of 120,140 and 160w for "medium" and "heavy" vehicles from the 'twenties and 'thirties.

Transoil 140

GGL822210

1 Liter
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TRANSOIL 250 ou 600w

The thickest transmission oil, also known as 600w ideal for veteran and Edwardian rear axles and where gearboxes needs a very high viscosity oil.

Transoil 250

GGL822310

1 Liter
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TRANSOIL SEMI FLUID

Semi-liquid grease, ideal for the transmissions of certain vintage cars and for the gearboxes of motorbikes such as the Burman.

SEMI FLUID BOX LUBE

GGL9028X

500gr

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Range of HYPOID oils (Oil for axles and gearbox)

In a Hypoid type gear, the teeth rotate simultaneously, sliding one against the other. This particular feature requires additives of an "EP" type (extreme pressure). The "Dynolite" oils contain these additives adapted to the constraints subjected by the metals and technologies applied to old vehicles.

MILD-EP «Bronze-X» "Important: this oil do not corrode bronze, copper or brass".

This SAE140 oil is for use in Hypoid type gears from before 1960 and screw gears (e.g.: Peugeot); its specifications GL4 (Contrary to the GL5 standard), making it inoffensive for metals such as Bronze, Copper and Brass usually used as ring or assemblies shims.
MILD EP  GGL824110
1 Liter
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Hypoïde 80w/90

This multigrade oil replaces the EP80 and exceeds the "GL5" standard. It is for use in certain Hypoid gears equipping light chassis after 1960.

HYPOID 80w/90

GGL823110

1 Liter
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Hypoïde 85w/140 LIMSLIP

This multigrade oil replaces the EP90 and exceeds the "GL5" standard. It is used in most Hypoid gears after 1960. (See driver's manual). This oil was especially developed for self-locking or limited-slip final drive of the "ZF" or "Salisbury" type. These can be found on sports cars such as Jaguar, Aston Martin or Maserati.

LIMSLIP 85w/140

GGL825110

1 Liter

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No-Noise 85w/1400 "Important: this oil do not corrode bronze, copper or brass".

The Noiseless EP 85w/140 oil for noisy gearboxes and gears. This oil is inoffensive for metals such as Bronze, Copper and Brass.
Beware: the oil masks the noise but does not prolong the life of a worn out mechanical element.

NoNoise 85w/140

GGL823310

1 Liters

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