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boatman
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 10:45    Post subject: sticky gears Reply with quote

hi all
im a newbe to this site but what ive read so far sound a great place for advise.
i own a grand vitara 04 2ltr 24000 miles with sticky gears.
ive only had the car for about 2 months,so im new to 4x4s.
ive done an oil swap,took out old and replaced it with syntax,the gears seem to be much smoother but still sticky.
i was told to put in some molyslip 2001g and that will sort it out,but from what ive read on the net people are saying its carp.
so my question to all you owners out there is"what do you think and is it ok to use" Question
many thanks and speak to you all soon
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 24, 2008 23:06    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have used molyslip for years and my father before and both in the trade . It works big time , both of my vitaras have it in 4u2 1.6 w reg and 2004 2.0 GV . Good in rear diif as well if not a LSD . Used it in both TVR chimaeras i had recently as well all much better . Don't expect results straight away it takes  a few hours of motoring to bed in but the base oil must be of good quality also.
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