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Question 75w 90 BG Brand Synthetic Gear Lube ok

Hi is 75w 90 BG Brand Synthetic Gear Lube ok for ford 9" rear ends and transfer case? I found a great deal on this gear lube just need to know if it will work in my front & rear ends in my 77 f150 4x4
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Give me a couple of hours to get into my old 79 books, But I think your good, but I want to be sure..
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wow Thanks pat i found a guy here in Grand Rapids selling the oil for $3 a qt
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Not one of my manuals covers your truck

Still looking, I am not done, I have two more books to get to.

Okay, I Cheated, I hit the Local gurus here for help, here is a link to the thread.. Good Luck, and post what you found if you dont mind.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/sh...81#post9355681
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Head over to that link I posted, they have the full spec sheet copied for you!!!
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