AMSOIL Offers Severe Gear 75W-110 Synthetic Gear Lube

AMSOIL Offers Severe Gear 75W-110 Synthetic Gear Lube

AMSOIL INC. has added 75W-110 Severe Gear Synthetic Gear Lube to its strong line of AMSOIL Severe Gear Extreme Pressure Synthetic Gear Lubes. AMSOIL Severe Gear Synthetic Gear Lubes feature an exclusive blend of high viscosity, shear stable synthetic base oils and an extra treatment of high-performance additives.

AMSOIL INC. has added 75W-110 Severe Gear Synthetic Gear Lube to its strong line of AMSOIL Severe Gear Extreme Pressure Synthetic Gear Lubes. AMSOIL Severe Gear Synthetic Gear Lubes feature an exclusive blend of high viscosity, shear stable synthetic base oils and an extra treatment of high-performance additives. They are engineered to protect gears better than conventional gear oils, resisting acid, carbon and varnish formation and oxidative breakdown.

The new viscosity gear lube grade that fills the gap between the 75W-90 and 75W-140 viscosity gear lubes that most people are accustomed to using. Many used the 75W-140 to obtain extra film protection beyond what the 75W-90 viscosity grade offered for their differentials, but found that they sacrificed fuel economy by doing so. This new viscosity grade, 75W-110, offers a high temperature film protection beyond what a 75W-90 offers, without compromising fuel economy. This new mid-range viscosity grade for gear lubes addresses performance, protection and fuel economy.

Because today’s vehicles have seen tremendous gains in both horsepower and towing limits, greater stress is placed on differentials and drivetrain components. In fact, horsepower has increased by as much as 93 percent in turbo diesel trucks, and vehicle towing limits have increased from 7,500 to 18,000 lbs. in recent years.

For this reason, AMSOIL 75W-110 Severe Gear Synthetic Gear Lube is designed to provide superior protection for elevated operating temperatures without sacrificing fuel efficiency. It is formulated for use with limited slip clutches and is ideal for turbo diesel pickup trucks, vehicles used for towing and hauling and other vehicles subject to severe service operating conditions, including heavy equipment, construction vehicles, emergency vehicles, street rods and 4×4 vehicles.

AMSOIL 75W-110 Severe Gear Synthetic Gear Lube is a premium grade lubricant specifically engineered for maximum performance in severe-duty applications. AMSOIL 75W-110 Severe Gear delivers unsurpassed fuel efficiency and cold temperature performance.

For more information about AMSOIL synthetic lubricants and performance products check the Yellow Pages for your nearest AMSOIL distributor, visit www.amsoil.com or call AMSOIL at (715) 392-7101 or (800) 777-8491.

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