Phillips 66 Powerdrive 50, TO-4 | 55 Gallon Drum

Phillips 66 Powerdrive 50, TO-4 | 55 Gallon Drum
Phillips 66 Lubricants

467.00 LBS

Phillips 66 PowerDrive Fluid 50 in a 55 gallon drum (Formerly known as 76 HT4 Fluid 50) is a high-performance multi-functional fluid developed for use in transmissions, final drives and hydraulic systems of off-highway equipment where a fluid meeting Caterpillar TO-4 performance requirements is specified. It provides substantially improved friction and antiwear performance compared with older API CD/TO-2 quality fluids, resulting in longer equipment life and reduced risk of field failure. The SAE 10W and 30 viscosity grades also are recommended for use in Allison off-highway heavy-duty automatic transmissions where a C-4 quality fluid is specified. Phillips 66 PowerDrive Fluid 50 in a 55 gallon drum (Formerly known as 76 HT4 Fluid 50) is formulated with state-of-the-art additive technology that provides improved deposit control, corrosion protection and load-carrying capacity for better equipment protection and more reliable operation. Its carefully optimized frictional properties prevent clutch slippage for smoother, more consistent transmission operation and also provide improved wet brake performance.


• Powershift transmissions, hydrostatic transmissions, torque converters, final drives and hydraulic systems of Caterpillar, Euclid, Komatsu and other off-highway construction and mining equipment

• Heavy-duty automatic transmissions where the OEM specifies an Allison C-4 quality fluid

• Heavy-duty manual and semi-automatic transmissions in trucks and buses where the OEM specifies a Caterpillar TO-4 quality fluid or a heavy-duty engine oil


PowerDrive Fluid meets or exceeds the requirements of:

• Caterpillar TO-4, TO-2

• Vickers (Eaton) M-2950-S

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