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Old 08-26-2012, 10:26 PM   #15
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If I had a quart or more of Transynd in hand ... that would be the end on my shopping! I've paid various prices but I don't usually give myself a lot of shopping time. Last time I bought Transynd directly, it was from the Allison regional rep. while at the FMCA Rally in Madison, WI. "A Transynd in hand is better than 2 in the bush."
Over the years I've collected several gallon jugs and a partly used 5 gallon can of TranSynd. I think I can probably do another filter and full change without buying anymore!
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The pan gasket is on the second go round. The problem of finding the proper fluid is solved. Just as a note, every auto parts store and one supplier listed by Allison said the Dexron VI is the correct fluid. To the Allison suppliers credit when I told him it was off Allisons list he made some phone calls and sent me down the road to a International Truck dealer for the right stuff.
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To the Allison suppliers credit when I told him it was off Allisons list he made some phone calls and sent me down the road to a International Truck dealer for the right stuff.
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FYI was told by an Allison tech that Mobil 1 Synthetic works just fine. I've seen it at several car parts places.
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FYI was told by an Allison tech that Mobil 1 Synthetic works just fine. I've seen it at several car parts places.
Yes it does.... I used it for about 2 years before I switched to Transynd.
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