Sunoco TH Fluid, J20C | 5 Gallon Pail

Sunoco TH Fluid, J20C | 5 Gallon Pail
Sunoco Lubricants
38.00 LBS

Sunoco TH Fluid, J20C in a 5 Gallon Pail is a premium, high quality universal tractor hydraulic fluid for use in transmissions, final drives and hydraulic systems of all major brands of tractors and other farm equipment using a common fluid reservoir. This fluid incorporates the latest additive chemistry to provide maximum protection for all systems requiring a universal fluid. 


Designed for heavy duty transmissions, differentials, final drives, hydraulic systems, power steering systems, wet brakes, PTO's and hydrostatic drives. Suitable for top-up and re-fill of systems, It is also used for certain commercial transmission applications requiring Type A (Suffix A) or Dexron fluids.  Check your manual for your equipment's specific requirements. Do not use in passenger car automatic transmissions.

Features & Benefits

Sunoco TH Fluid, J20C in a 5 Gallon Pail has enhanced friction properties that optimize clutch and PTO performance, improves PTO chatter control and has excellent clutch and elastomers compatibility. It has a high viscosity index and is very shear stable while offering improved wet brakes control and excellent protection against rust, corrosion and yellow metal etching. Sunoco TH Fluid, J20C in a 5 Gallon Pail has exceptional low temperature, anti-wear, and extreme pressure properties to protect key components. 

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    Posted by Jansing Stephen on Apr 28 2020

    Well I did not get a chance to use yet But with the reputation that i had experienced in the past I have no doubt about this product and the pricing was far better than the competitors

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