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I’m looking at purchasing Transynd and the product I had prior was TES 295 by Castrol. Now it is Castrol Transynd TES 668 and says backwards compatible to TES 295. Is this what others are using now?
 
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I normally keep the 295 on hand for the commercial accounts. (Their units). The 668 was released in Jan 2021. I have been trying to locate the 668 at a moderate price. Right now the prices are all over the board.

Chevron now produces the Delo 668.
https://www.businesswire.com/n...ing-TES-668%E2%84%A2.

If i find decent retailer/wholesaler. I will pm you.

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Transynd?

I’m looking at purchasing Transynd and the product I had prior was TES 295 by Castrol. Now it is Castrol Transynd TES 668 and says backwards compatible to TES 295. Is this what others are using now?


Transynd TES 668 is a new product made by Castrol and approved by Allison Transmissions. From the looks of its description on the container, it's a product designed to keep the amount of clutch dust in a Allison transmission down, with smoother shifts.

I'll stick with the original Transynd, the shifts are good on my PG, as is.

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The only fluid I can find now is Transynd TES 668. Only need 2 gallon for the race car trans.
 
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Amazon has genuine Transynd $59

We bought 12 five gallon sealed pales for like $400. Sold a few for a $100 a pale, to friends.
 
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It's a guy I do his PG trans, he went and bought 8 for $400, then went and got 4 more. Then sold a few for a $100 or $150.

Some Allison transmission school instructor, had em piled up in his garage.


 
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This is where I buy it

https://dmaxstore.com/products...12_149&product_id=41


Thanks Steve, ordered it here
 
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Walmart has one gallon Castrol TES 668 59.50


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I have 5 gallons if anyone wants them. will sell them for what I paid. still in the box.


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