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6863_Norman_Ball
2017-10-03 15:06:45

No, they don't.
As Syd wrote, join the club, get technical assistance, spares at a discount and a monthly mag.

Happy Austining,
Norman

6743_Ted_Prest
2017-10-03 08:25:14

Its a public request Richard,do they have access to F.A.Q. ??? Ted

691_Richard_Ridlington
2017-10-02 21:38:23

Hi All,

FAQs has the answer!!!

It adds a bit more to Bill's post by suggesting an alternative  to SAE 40 - an oil suitable for use with bronze bearings.
Also do not use anything labelled Hypoid.
Regards,
Richard.

6350_William_French
2017-10-02 21:27:59

Hi

Use SAE140 for the rear axle.  Also make sure you DO NOT use EP oil in the rear axle.
from Bill french

8617_Mr_Syd_Smith
2017-10-02 20:30:00

First join the Austin 10 Drivers Club, get the monthly magazine and host of other facilities including access to the full forum.

Next purchase Stanton Abbey book of the Austin 10, often come up on fleabay, it will tell you all you need to know about your new purchase.

Morris's SAE40 engine oil works well for the the engine and gearbox, not sure about the rear axle, should know but have forgotten.

Good luck with the motor.

Ron como
2017-10-02 18:12:14

Please tell me what oil to use in engine,transmission, and axle.

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