TRITON® SYNTHETIC GEAR LUBE

PREMIUM SYNTHETIC AUTOMOTIVE GEAR LUBRICANT

Phillips 66® Triton Synthetic Gear Lube is a synthetic, multipurpose, extreme-pressure, API GL-5 automotive gear lubricant. It is specifically designed for use in passenger car and truck axles with hypoid gear sets operating in extreme temperatures or under severe driving conditions.

TRITON® SYNTHETIC GEAR LUBE

Features & Benefits

  • Extended drain, all-season performance
  • Outstanding oxidation resistance and thermal stability to minimize sludge and varnish formation
  • Excellent thermal durability and extreme-pressure properties for extended gear life
  • High load-carrying capacity for protection against scuffing and wear
  • High shear stability
  • Outstanding low-temperature properties
  • Protects against rust and corrosion
  • Good foam resistance
  • Potential fuel savings compared with conventional SAE 85W-140 gear oils

Applications

  • Service fill of conventional differentials in passenger cars and trucks
  • Top-off only of limited-slip differentials in passenger cars and light trucks(1)
  • Service fill of differentials, final drives and transfer cases in some off-highway equipment
  • Non-synchronized manual transmissions in trucks, buses and heavy equipment where the manufacturer specifies an API GL-5 or MT-1 gear oil

    (1)Note: For complete drain and refill, many limited-slip differentials may require the manufacturer’s specified gear lubricant or supplemental additive. Refer to the owner’s manual for specific requirements.

Technical Details

  • 80W-140
  • Licenses & Approvals

    Triton Synthetic Gear Lube meets or exceeds the requirements of: #API Service GL-5, MT-1#International (Navistar) TMS 6816#MIL-PRF-2105E#SAE J2360

    Triton Synthetic Gear Lube is approved for service fill under the following OEM specifications: #Dana SHAES-429#Mack GO-J

    Additional Details

    SAE Grade 80W-140
    Specific Gravity @ 60°F 0.902
    Density, lbs/gal @ 60°F 7.51
    Color, ASTM D1500 8
    Flash Point (COC), °C (°F) 200 (392)
    Pour Point, °C (°F) -40 (-40)
    Viscosity, Brookfield
    cP @ -26°C 75000
    Viscosity, Kinematic
    cSt @ 40°C 284
    cSt @ 100°C 30.6
    Viscosity Index 146