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    Cool Jetaway-oil

    is there a gear lube I can buy off the shelf or do I have to get it from jetaway? thanks

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    Not sure, It would be nice to run something else in there, maybe a synthetic. Maybe it already is a synthetic. Something to ask duane.
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    Pm DuaneHTP has a special oil for the jetaway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trashman View Post
    Pm DuaneHTP has a special oil for the jetaway.
    Yeah, we know, but it'd be nice to find something else to run in there in a pinch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by widowmaker View Post
    Yeah, we know, but it'd be nice to find something else to run in there in a pinch?
    75%gear oil-25% atf mixed in a quart in a pinch

    Or........for you ballers....http://www.redlineoil.com/Products.aspx?pcid=8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futs View Post
    75%gear oil-25% atf mixed in a quart in a pinch

    Or........for you ballers....http://www.redlineoil.com/Products.aspx?pcid=8
    which weight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by widowmaker View Post
    which weight?
    I used 90-120 with no issues. But I run the redline in it for last 2 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futs View Post
    I used 90-120 with no issues. But I run the redline in it for last 2 years.
    cool thanks bud. You gonna be out this weekend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by widowmaker View Post
    cool thanks bud. You gonna be out this weekend?
    Negative. I wish! Have fun

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    The Harley Davidson transmission oil made by Klotz Lube is the closest thing to the Jetaway oil we have made that I know of, that you can buy off the shelf. The lighter weight one is the closest one to it. The thicker oils do NOT work well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuaneHTP View Post
    The Harley Davidson transmission oil made by Klotz Lube is the closest thing to the Jetaway oil we have made that I know of, that you can buy off the shelf. The lighter weight one is the closest one to it. The thicker oils do NOT work well.

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    does redline or amsoil have anything that you would run?

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    Amsoil will lubicate ok, but it expands so much that it is hard to keep in them. Not recommended from the experiences we seen from the use of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuaneHTP View Post
    Amsoil will lubicate ok, but it expands so much that it is hard to keep in them. Not recommended from the experiences we seen from the use of it.
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    So who makes or blends your oil? It has to be off the shelf from somewhere other than you. Not trying to bust your balls, just seeing what we could get local . So your not recomending the redlind shockproof gear oils either?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futs View Post
    So who makes or blends your oil? It has to be off the shelf from somewhere other than you. Not trying to bust your balls, just seeing what we could get local . So your not recomending the redlind shockproof gear oils either?
    Personally I would ask that of Duane, he offers so much good help and advice here that, (if) he has some special oil for his Jet-Away or not > I wouldn't want or expect him to take food off his table by reveling the answer to your question here.
    Good Jet gurus like Duane are few and far between...lets support them vs maybe making them go away.
    Just my opinion...
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