What kind of fluid goes in a Eaton transmission?

Eaton’s PS-386 Synthetic transmission lubricant is designed for fuel efficiency, extended drain intervals, and severe service in heavy-duty commercial vehicle transmissions which require a non-EP transmission lubricant.

What is the recommended lubricant for an Eaton drive axle the road condition?

Eaton FE 75W-90 synthetic gear lubricant is an API GL-5 extreme pressure lubricant designed to promote longer gear life and better operating economy, thus improving fuel economy in heavy, mid and light-duty applications.

What is axle lubricant?

Axle lubricant is a specially formulated oil that is capable of handling high-pressure loads. The lubricant comes in various viscosities to meet different specifications. Axle lube may be formulated from mineral oil or synthetics.

What oil goes in a 10 speed transmission?

Subject: RE: What type of oil to use in Fuller 10 speed transmission? Farmboy99 is correct! Put the 50 weight synthetic in. The 80w-90 gear oil is too thick of a viscosity for that particular transmission especially in colder climates.

How much oil does a Eaton transmission hold?

Approx. 28 pints [13.3 liters]. Integral oil pump standard.

What oil goes in a Eaton 10 speed transmission?

Eaton Fuller transmissions are designed so the internal parts operate in a bath of lubricant circulated by the motion of gears and shafts. Thus, all parts will be amply lubricated if these procedures are closely followed: Use Roadranger CD50 or equivalent E500 synthetic per Eaton publication TCMT-0021.

How much oil does an Eaton 13 speed hold?

Approx. 28 pints [13.25 liters].

What is the difference between differential fluid and transmission fluid?

Differentials use gear oil/fluid. A manual transmission also uses gear oil but the viscosity may be a bit different. In an automatic transmission, definitely not; the fluid is much thinner and is called ATF – automatic transmission fluid.

What should rear differential fluid look like?

What Does Differential Fluid Look Like? Differential fluid looks like engine oil but is thicker. There are two types of differential fluid. One is mineral oil, which is a natural, crude oil-based fluid.

Where can I find the lubricant manual for Eaton?

Certain products and applications require the use of approved synthetic lubricants. Eaton lubrication requirements can be found the Eaton Lubrication Manual (TCMT0021), and the list of approved suppliers can in the Eaton Approved Lubricant Supplier Manual (TCMT0020). Below is the Eaton portfolio of approved lubricant products.

How does the Eaton Posi limited slip differential work?

The Eaton Posi limited slip differential (also know as Positraction) prevents wheel slip before it can get started. To do that, carbon disc clutch packs, preloaded by a central spring assembly, are located behind each differential side gear. When torque input increases the clamping load on the clutch packs increases.

How long are Eaton performance differentials warranted for?

Eaton Performance differentials (including Eaton ELocker , Eaton ELocker4 , Eaton Posi , Detroit Truetrac, and Detroit Locker) are warranted for one year against manufacturer defects. Download the full warranty document. Can I use the stock bearings?

Can a truetrac differential be rebuilt without Lube?

The helical cut gears inside a Truetrac are “maintenance free”, only requiring regular lube changes. Any failure of the Truetrac results in irreparable damage to the differential case – typically scoring the pinion gear pockets. Therefore, they are technically not rebuildable.