MAXOLINE Synthetic Gear Oil 75W90 LD/LS is a universal full-synthetic gear oil based on high quality synthetic base oils and special EP-additive package.
This universal gear oil is developed for manual transmissions and hypoid differentials in passenger cars, delivery vans and heavy trucks.
This so called "Total Drive Line" oil is as universal product widely usable.
This product also contains excellent "Limited Slip" properties.
Why one should use
Synthetic Gear Oil 75W90 LD/LS
Very high activity against wear, corrosion and foam,
A superior activity against high temperature load,
Very good EP-properties
Excellent "Limited Slip" properties,
Low pour point,
Specific Gravity 15°C: 0,870
Viscosity 40 °C mm²/s: 113,68
Viscosity 100 °C mm²/s: 16,48
Viscosity Index (V.I.): 156
Flash Point °C: 200
Pour Point °C: -41
Total Base Number mgKOH/g: 2,1
API GL-4, GL-5,
Mil-L-2105D/Mil-PRF-2105E, SAE J2360
Meets the requirements of
MAN 3343 Typ S,
Scania STO 1:0
ZF TE-ML 02B/05C/07A/12B/16F/17B/19C/21C
The data published are to our best knowledge the correct information. We reserve the right to alter the specifications any time and without prior notice.
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