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Old 12-06-2017, 10:27 PM
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My saw calls for Mobilgear 634, Where to buy or what else will work
I think you mean Mobil SHC 634.

https://www.mobil.com/en/industrial/.../mobil-shc-634

It would be good for Milo too...
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Probably but that is what the manual calls for
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Old 12-06-2017, 10:40 PM
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Probably but that is what the manual calls for
Mobilgear 600 XP 460 would also work. The Mobilgear tradename is not really
used by Mobil much and I think everyone just uses it on a Mobil Gear oil, but
that is not accurate.

Kinda like 90W oil... there is no SAE 90W specification... 75W 80W 85W but
no 90W it is just SAE 90. Also nowhere is the term weight ever used in the
SAE specifications. But the unwashed masses all seem to use it...

Wait until you see 0W-12 engine oils... They are coming...
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..........Wait until you see 0W-12 engine oils... They are coming...
Huh. I know 5W-20 seems light. I suspect that stuff would be like water!!
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Huh. I know 5W-20 seems light. I suspect that stuff would be like water!!
The Japanese auto mfr's are pushing the 0W-12 and 0W-16 specification.
CO2 emissions is the drive for this.
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Old 12-10-2017, 11:34 PM
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Stopped in Walmart Saturday to get the Super Lube 54432 gear oil listed on their website and of course they do not carry it in the store. Only available on line and then no free pickup at the store since it is a Zorro company item and ships for them. $26 later it is ordered and on the way. Thanks again Ron for getting me pointed in the right direction.
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