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Old 04-13-2015, 08:06 PM
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Our multi grade 704/703 and 9919/9920 do have the modifier in them the Duolec does not. The 9920 is what I run and it works great. But it is on par with all the other FZG tests out there. The only advantage to 9920 and 9919 is the lower pour point. But unless your are way below zero there is no real advantage. I will be switching over to 1606 Duolec when I put my lockers in.
One of my customers is Venom Motorsports in Grand Rapids MI. ARB has warned them to not use synthetics with their lockers. This was our solution.

I will say that the 9920 and 9919 will last really long. We run it to 750000 miles in our OTR big rigs. Duolec and 703/704 we run out to 400k.

Duolec will separate from water like no other as well. Its stupid how good this is at it.
so whats supposed to be in a stock e-locker 6.7 rear end?

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Old 04-13-2015, 08:51 PM
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so whats supposed to be in a stock e-locker 6.7 rear end?

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All the rear end options on the 6.7's (and all of our other trucks) require a GL5. So all of those I mentioned will work.

If you drove a thousand miles a week like me, I would go with 9920. It will basically last 100k without breaking a sweat.

Otherwise I would just stick with the 704. It cost half as much and will spank anything else out there.

I would go with the duolec if you had heavy mods to the truck and sled pulled with it.
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Old 04-13-2015, 08:53 PM
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All the rear end options on the 6.7's (and all of our other trucks) require a GL5. So all of those I mentioned will work.

If you drove a thousand miles a week like me, I would go with 9920. It will basically last 100k without breaking a sweat.

Otherwise I would just stick with the 704. It cost half as much and will spank anything else out there.

I would go with the duolec if you had heavy mods to the truck and sled pulled with it.
whats the service interval on the 704.. are they all a 75-140 oil?

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Old 04-13-2015, 09:30 PM
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The service interval for either lubricant is actually 150k according to Fords website. But I would not take anything out over 60k except the 9920 in my mind.
The 704 is 196$ a bucket, the 9920 is 450$ a bucket....
I hope I looked that up wrong, because 150k sounds way too long to me.
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Old 04-13-2015, 09:31 PM
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9920 is 75-140, 704 is 85-140 and 1606 duolec is a straight 140 but the VI is high enough to give it a good low temp flow.
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i need like 5 qts.. not a dam bucket.. lmao!

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I'm needing to do F&R gear oil change in the next few months. My 2008 F350 with factory limited slip rear probably puts down 650-700 hp but will live an easy life (I just got it). 10-15k per year and no hard use. I live in Montana so we get maybe 2 weeks of below 0 temps per year otherwise it's just below freezing. I may do a little offroading but nothing too serious, but I'd worry about water contamination probably before exceeding the life of the oil.

Would you still recommend the 704?

Planning to run your engine oil too when I do my first oil change. I'm waiting with bated breath for the PSA member deal you said would be up in a few hours in your thank you thread. Just giving you a hard time. Thanks!
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Old 04-14-2015, 09:18 AM
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I would say the 704 is the way to go. I will have the PSA promo worked out soon. We were doing a change over to my turbine oil in a medium sized steam turbine last week and when we took it apart to check out a sensor we discovered that the thrust bearing was destroyed. So Im working on root cause stuff for a competitors lubricant right now.
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i need like 5 qts.. not a dam bucket.. lmao!

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I got you taken care of, just get me the address and we will work it out.
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Old 04-14-2015, 09:26 AM
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