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Quarts of oil for tranny & transfer case?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Chrome Moly, Apr 2, 2000.

  1. Chrome Moly

    Chrome Moly Registered Member

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    How many quarts of oil to fill up tranny & transfer case? Thanks

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    12-14 EACH

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    I don't know which ones are you talking about, but my NP203 used about 5qts.

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  4. JOEBLAZER12

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    Speaking of transfer cases? What kind of oil do you use on your T-cases? What about for your diffs?
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    My NP203 uses 10w30 engine oil. You should have smelled that 20 year old oil, yuck! There are other ones that use ATF, and still other ones use 90W oil. Post your t-case model, so someone will tell you which is the righ oil for you.

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