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    Default Millers oil gear box diferences between 2016 and 2017 versions

    Hi , i have been reading about millers oil and hi have read a lot of people are using Millers Oils CRX 75w-90 NT but reading about this i have found this diferences about 2016 and 2017 version on this oil the 2016 version uses a grey can and the 2017 uses black can with yellow letters.

    So people who are using Millers Oils CRX 75w-90 NT on our f40 gear box are using 2016 o 2017 versión?

    Millers Oils CRX 75w-90 NT Competition full synthetic transmission oil (2016)
    http://www.opieoils.co.uk/p-60230-mi...-oil-2016.aspx
    Suitable for use in synchromesh and sequential gearboxes. Ideal for combined synchromesh gearbox and limited slip differentials. Also suitable for separate open and certain limited slip differentials.

    Millers Oils CRX 75w-90 NT+ Competition full synthetic transmission oil (2017)
    http://www.opieoils.co.uk/p-115244-m...-oil-2017.aspx
    Designed for the lubrication of competition gearboxes. Manual transmissions, synchromesh, non-synchromesh, sequential gearboxes, transfer gearboxes, transaxles and hypoid differentials without limited slip which require API GL4 or GL5 performance.

    Millers Oils CRX LS 75w-90 NT+ Competition full synthetic transmission oil (2017)
    http://www.opieoils.co.uk/p-115247-m...-oil-2017.aspx
    Designed for the lubrication of competition gearboxes and axles which require limited slip high performance oils. Hypoid differentials with limited slip, gearboxes with combined limited slip differential, synchromesh and nonsynchromesh manual gearboxes, transaxles and transfer boxes. Hewland, Xtrac, Glebe Transmissions, ZF, Tran X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OpcSpain View Post
    Hi , i have been reading about millers oil and hi have read a lot of people are using Millers Oils CRX 75w-90 NT but reading about this i have found this diferences about 2016 and 2017 version on this oil the 2016 version uses a grey can and the 2017 uses black can with yellow letters.

    So people who are using Millers Oils CRX 75w-90 NT on our f40 gear box are using 2016 o 2017 versión?

    Millers Oils CRX 75w-90 NT Competition full synthetic transmission oil (2016)
    http://www.opieoils.co.uk/p-60230-mi...-oil-2016.aspx
    Suitable for use in synchromesh and sequential gearboxes. Ideal for combined synchromesh gearbox and limited slip differentials. Also suitable for separate open and certain limited slip differentials.

    Millers Oils CRX 75w-90 NT+ Competition full synthetic transmission oil (2017)
    http://www.opieoils.co.uk/p-115244-m...-oil-2017.aspx
    Designed for the lubrication of competition gearboxes. Manual transmissions, synchromesh, non-synchromesh, sequential gearboxes, transfer gearboxes, transaxles and hypoid differentials without limited slip which require API GL4 or GL5 performance.

    Millers Oils CRX LS 75w-90 NT+ Competition full synthetic transmission oil (2017)
    http://www.opieoils.co.uk/p-115247-m...-oil-2017.aspx
    Designed for the lubrication of competition gearboxes and axles which require limited slip high performance oils. Hypoid differentials with limited slip, gearboxes with combined limited slip differential, synchromesh and nonsynchromesh manual gearboxes, transaxles and transfer boxes. Hewland, Xtrac, Glebe Transmissions, ZF, Tran X.
    How did you get on with this oil mate as ive just bought a 62 plate astra j vxr and collecting saturday and ive just purchased the 2017 stuff?

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