[Healeys] Differential oil

josef-eckert at t-online.de josef-eckert at t-online.de
Sun Oct 30 08:55:52 MDT 2016

Thanks Michael,
You saved my day. That´s the way to go and nothing else.
Next time I put in synthetic water in my radiator with some untifreeze for 
an air conditioner.
Josef Eckert
Betreff: Re: [Healeys] Differential oil
Datum: 2016-10-30T15:45:39+0100
Von: "michael.salter at gmail.com" <michael.salter at gmail.com>
An: "Richard Kahn" <tahoehealey at hotmail.com>
Hi Rich,
Attached is a pic of the lube chart from the Handbook for your year.
Hope it is readable.
Michael S
BN1 #174
From: Derek Job
Sent: Sunday, October 30, 3:10 AM
Subject: Re: [Healeys] Differential oil
To: Richard Kahn
Cc: Healeys,  Forum
You need to use a gear oil that is specifically made for diffs. There is 
lots of choice. I now use Millers 80W-120 fully synthetic. Originally it 
was a 90W mineral oil I believe
On Sun, Oct 30, 2016 at 5:10 AM, Richard Kahn <tahoehealey at hotmail.com
<mailto:tahoehealey at hotmail.com> > wrote:

    I need to add fluid to the haploid differential but I cannot find the
    weight needed. I have looked in all my manuals but nothing about the
    weight. (BJ8 phase 1)
    Rich Kahn

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