Fuels, Coolant, and
The abbreviations listed below, except for LO, follow S.A.E. J754 nomenclature. The classifications follow S.A.E. J183
classifications. The MIL specifications are U.S.A. Military Specifications. These definitions will be of assistance in
purchasing. The specific classifications for this machine are found on the "RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS" chart.
Transmission and Clutch Oils
Multipurpose-type Gear Lubricant
Use Service Classification CD oils that have satisfactory
performance referred to as Service Class CD/TO-2 oil.
Use Gear Lubricant Classification GL-5 (MIL-L-2105B)
Multipurpose-type Gear Lubricant (MPL).
Engine Oils (CD)
Lubricating Grease (MPG)
Use oils that meet Engine Service Classification CD
(MIL-L-2 1 04C).
Use Multipurpose-type Grease (MPG). Multipurpose-
type grease which contains 3% to 5% molybdenum
disulfide is preferred. NLGI No. 2 Grade is suitable for
most temperatures. Use NLGI No. 1 or No. 0 Grade for
extremely low temperatures.
(3) SAE 10 oil may be used in the diesel engine even it day-
time ambient temperature rises to 70F (21C). Below --10F
(-23C) It may be necessary to warm the engine oil so the
(2)SAE 40 is preferred for temperatures above 90F (32C).
engine can be cranked and the oil will circulate freely.
SAE 15W-40 is permissible for starting temperatures over