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Subject: rockwell axel R-155 in a 1984 pt40

Marvin Skaggs
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Date Posted: 08/ 22/ 05, 8:55am

What would the fluid capacity be.
thanks, marvin

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[> Subject: Re: rockwell axel R-155 in a 1984 pt40

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Date Posted: 08/ 25/ 05, 1:15pm

If you mean the differential capacity, get a five gallon container of fluid because it is going to take about 4.5 gallons to re-fill it. Should be much cheaper in a 5 gal container rather than quarts or gallons. Get a BIG bucket before opening the drain plug!
Mike 83 & 91 PT40

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