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Hydraulic fluid equivalents needed as posted.
My converter is too loose, and it's too late to send back now,
plus will have all new engine next year anyway.
So for the hell of it I'm going to do the hydraulic fluid test.
Rossler, wants 30 wt, some others say they use 50 wt.

I tried google and I'm not doing it right or ??
Does anyone have a chart that shows all these damn numbers they use and which ones equal 30 wt, 40 wt, 50 wt etc.???
I find the AW 47, ISO grade 32, something 100??
I just want to know if any of the fluid they have in stock locally is equivelent to 30 wt, and to be honest, I have no idea!!
It would suck to put in 10 wt or 100 wt and waste a trip to the track, or even worse hurt something for a one time test.

Thanks guys.

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Don't get confused with hydrostatic oil and hydraulic oil. You need a C4 compatible hydrostatic oil that is 30W or 50W. Go to your oil supplier and get some. Hydraulic oil is for hydraulic rams.


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Oh great, so now I am more confused. I thought the oil for hydraulics's is what they wanted??
I never saw anything about hydrostatic mentioned??

I will run over and see if they carry C4 30 wt.
Now is there a rule of thumb for which one does what??
I would love to tighten up 500-600, is that even possible with 30 or 50 wt??

Thanks guys.

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Thank you Sir!!
I am way too lazy to do all that for maybe 200.

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