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Because they told me to change the fluids when I took possession of it.   I was told that the transmission, differentials, engine and  cooling fluid might be questionable.  I was also told to change all the hose clamps out with stainless steel clamps so I did that also.  Now I can assure you that it has mobile 1 75w-90w gear oil in the transmission and differentials.  Mobile 1 10w30 in the engine along with a fram ultra oil filter and prestone antifreeze in the radiator.

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