June 25, 2018, 12:16:05 AM

Author Topic: What type of oil is used in the gearbox for the radiator cooling fans ?  (Read 2994 times)

Offline bigtim44

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What type of oil is used in the gearbox for the radiator cooling fans ?
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Offline H3Jim

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I'm not sure about MCI, but Prevost uses a specialty oil, that costs about $40 a quart.  Check the dealer.
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Offline Brian Diehl

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I run straight 40w engine oil in my gear box.

Offline Frank @ TX

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The regular engine oil is just great for that right angle drive box.
Frank

Offline darrenayres

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I use a 90 wt gear oil on Prevost radiator fan gear boxes.