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Old 06-10-2006, 02:39 AM   #61
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Oil Filter Search

Hey anyone have any luck finding this oil filter? Let me know - it's what I am using in my xB with the Synlube.

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Old 06-10-2006, 04:11 AM   #62
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Dan's prolly running 70 or something like that. I am running 50, 44 max.
Ben, do you have a magic 8 ball also?
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Ben, do you have a magic 8 ball also?
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Thumbs up manual transmission fluid

While I'm thinking about the oil in my car, what are people running for manual transmission fluid? I am assuming some form of synthetic. My car has around 7,500m on it, when should I think about changing it?
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I run 0W-20 Mobil 1 in both the engine and tranny. Smoooooth.But in no way is that an endorsement. You should decide for yourself.
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transmition oil

I started out useing synthetic 0w 30 in my transmition (hondas ask for motor oil, insted of gear oil) and with 220,000 miles a bearing started to growel a little, so after looking at the cost of a new transmition, I switched to synthetic 10w30 motorcycle oil and the growel disapeared, a few months after I put that oil in, Amsoil came out with a synthetic manual transmition fuild for transmitions that ask for motor oil, at some point I will switch to it, but for now I feel like I should get some use out of the oil I have in there.
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