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Subject: 1974 Plymouth Advice

Date: 11/02/01 at 4:21 PM
Posted by: Jason
E-mail: mail@hightidehosting.com
Message Posted:

Hello Brett! I am a follower of the Volvo newsgroup and saw your post. Since you offer advice for free, and it seems to be sound information, I ask you this question...

I have a 1974 Plymouth Trailduster (Dodge RamCharger). It is full time 4 wheel drive, locking front end (Spicer) and LSD rear end. It is equipped with a 4 speed standard transmission (New Process) and a 360 V-8. I will likely not live in any area that gets below -10F. It likely will see temps in excess of 100F.

What should I use to lubricate the engine, diffs and tranny? Also, what grease should I use for wheel bearings, and front end pieces?

I would appreciate any and all help you can advise, thank you for your help!

Jay
mail@hightidehosting.com


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