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    Quart/Gallon Transfer Pump Question

    I bought one of the plastic transfer pumps when I changed my t-case fluid. I need to do the transmission (manual) and was wondering if I should use the same one or just go buy a new one for the different fluid to prevent cross contamination? I pumped out all the ATF but there is still what could not be removed in it. I didn't try really cleaning it out with soapy water or and kind of solvent. Opinions are much appreciated.

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    I can't imagine a little bit of ATF would heard a manual transmission gearbox. What fluid does the manual trans use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I can't imagine a little bit of ATF would heard a manual transmission gearbox. What fluid does the manual trans use?
    I don't remember but it's $38 a quart...haha.

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    Here it is and of course it takes just under 2 quarts.IMAG3200.jpg

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    It’ll be just fine.


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    I was like of thinking it'd be fine but then my ocd got kicking and I started over thinking it...haha. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    Here it is and of course it takes just under 2 quarts.IMAG3200.jpg

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    LOL, would it be asking too much for the manufacturers to make either their fluid containers match the capacity of their goddam parts or that the parts hold an even amount of the goddam fluid?
    So annoying having partial containers of automotive fluids on the shelf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    LOL, would it be asking too much for the manufacturers to make either their fluid containers match the capacity of their goddam parts or that the parts hold an even amount of the goddam fluid?
    So annoying having partial containers of automotive fluids on the shelf.

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    Agreed. Then it'll get pushed to the back of my oil cabinet and I won't see it until I've already done my fluid change and I'll end up with two partial containers...haha.

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    Good shit to mix together and use for trail kit emergency. I think my gear oil in my trail kit is 75W80W95WSAE30 with a hint of 0W20. But I have no partial containers on my garage shelf at home. Winning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Good shit to mix together and use for trail kit emergency. I think my gear oil in my trail kit is 75W80W95WSAE30 with a hint of 0W20. But I have no partial containers on my garage shelf at home. Winning.
    My ocd won't allow me to do that. I will combine same weights of different brands but that's really hard still..haha.

    After moving I gave away about 10 quarts of new oil I had on my shelf for about 15 Years that were for old cars I didn't have any more. Just couldn't bring myself to get rid of it sooner.

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