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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-04-2010, 01:05 PM Thread Starter
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Gear Oil?

I want do do a complete service on my 07 H1 XT. But I don't have an AC dealer close and need to find out what gear oil to use.
What are you guys using for diff gear oil other than AC branded products?
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If you have an XT it calls for
Rear Drive Lubricant (Prowler/XT) SAE Approved
80W-90 Hypoid

Rear Differential Lubricant (XTX) Arctic Cat 80W-90
Hypoid Friction Modified

Front Differential Lubricant SAE Approved
80W-90 Hypoid





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I have an XT. So any 80w90 will work?
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I have an XT. So any 80w90 will work?
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Will this stuff work?
Gear Oil, 80w90; 5 GAL
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Will this stuff work?
Gear Oil, 80w90; 5 GAL

I would not use it. It is a straid 90 wt from what it says and is only a GL1 rating.

I would use something like this.
http://docs.mystiklubes.com/msds_pi/20008.pdf


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Valvoline.com > Products > Grease Gear Oil > Gear Oil > Valvoline® High Performance Gear Oil



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I had some of *this* left over from my Jeep service, used it in both Cat diffs.
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I would not use it. It is a straid 90 wt from what it says and is only a GL1 rating.

I would use something like this.
http://docs.mystiklubes.com/msds_pi/20008.pdf


Or this will work too

Valvoline.com > Products > Grease Gear Oil > Gear Oil > Valvoline® High Performance Gear Oil
The picture says 90w but all the specs in the ad say 80w90. I used this in my militay deuce truck which exceeded the specs required by the military, Seems it would be fine for an ATV. But I agree the GL1 rating might not be enough. I'll stop by the local auto parts store and see what I can find.
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What about the diff oil for a non x t. The non diff lock model. Would it be the same oil?
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What about the diff oil for a non x t. The non diff lock model. Would it be the same oil?
Good question, The service manuals I have don't show anything different. I would say yes it is the same. They are using the same diff it just does not have the lock option.



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