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FDT bgb/tranny oil ?

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The manual for my 2012 says to use SAE 90 in the tranny and bgb. I've been to Napa and a couple other auto parts stores in town, and none of them carry straight 90 weight gear oil. Anyone foresee any problem if I use 80-85-90? I wouldn't think it would hurt anything, but would like second opinions from those smarter and more experienced than I.

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TooMany: This is what I ended up getting yesterday: http://www.napaonline.com/Catalog/CatalogItemDetail.aspx?R=NO_75210_0006411584 it says 80-85-90 on the bottle, but I believe it's what you're referring to?

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