Replacement for Total "T" ?????
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    Moderator Alan S's Avatar
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    Replacement for Total "T" ?????

    Well fellow Cit owners, Have I got news for you - well - dunno - hopefully hey!!

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    There is a new company operating in the oil business called "Synforce." It is only a small specialised business but I've known the guy repping for them for years & apparently they use a guy who by trade/profession is an oil blender whose roots go back to Europe. They claim that their products are from "virgin oils" and can withstand extra high temps etc. I have a sample of their grease which I intend putting in my CV's as it sticks like $#!t to a mohair rug even at high temps judging on the tests we have done on it.
    I have given them as much info on the c-matic box as I can as well as info on Total "T" and their blender is searching out all the info he can on this fluid with the intention of mixing up the equivalent. He feels it is not a problem to clone it.
    As soon as I hear back from them, I will post a message & advise what he has come up with.
    Any trades people interested let me know & I will pass on your info to their rep so that he can contact you with prices of 20 litre drums if you so wish.

    Alan S

    If it ain't broke, use a 12" shifter.....that usually does the trick!!

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    Alan,
    I had Penrite finally get back to me with a modern equivelant the other day, I told them to send me some as I was getting desperate and if there is a problem they will hear all about it, there confident it will work, I'll tell you about it when it arrives (probably early next week).
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    Orrighty,

    Got a message on the bush telegraph that the latest is that the blender has just about got thr replacement for "T" worked out and is pretty sure he can cort it.
    Hot on it's heals should be the LHM replacement - then Mr BP same result; just a different pineapple
    Will give you the word as soon as I get ir official

    Alan S
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    There is an interesting article re LHM substitutes in the latest CCC of NSW magazine by Chris Stuart.

    Some of the links referred to are as follows:
    http://www.compufort.com/users/cando/tony.html
    http://www.cybernex.net.au/clubs/ccc...ts/fluid1.html

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    gibgib,

    Have seen the US article before and I think the Pleaides one probably many moons ago.
    I actually referred the oil cpmpany to them upon my initial contact.
    The amount of info available regarding LHM as far as technical blurb goes is quite remarkable once you start to go looking for it
    They all seem to reckon it's going to be easy but so far nobody's come up with the goods.
    As they say they've "talked the talk" now all they have to do is "walk the walk" that seems to be the bit they're balking at :p
    Tried using words in the LHM but the suspension wouldn't pump up on them

    Alan S
    If it ain't broke, use a 12" shifter.....that usually does the trick!!

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