The Roadranger marketing organization has announced that fuel-saving Roadranger FE 75W-90 Synthetic Gear Lubricant is now available through every major heavy-duty truck original equipment manufacturer (OEM) in North America.

Roadranger FE 75W-90 Synthetic Gear Lubricant is now listed as the standard fill for all Class 5-8 vehicles from Peterbilt and Kenworth, as well as a databook option through the makers of International, Mack, Volvo, Freightliner, Sterling, and Western Star heavy-duty trucks.

Manufactured with synthetic base stock and high-performance additives, Roadranger Synthetic Lubricants are manufactured exclusively for Roadranger by Cognis Corporation of Cincinnati OH.

Roadranger-approved synthetics are required in Eaton's Fuller transmissions and Dana's Spicer axles in order to qualify for extended warranty coverage and up to 500,000-mile initial drain approvals. The lubricants meet and exceed transmission specification, Eaton PS164 REV7, and axle specification, Dana SHAES 256 REV C. Other features include:

  • Synthetic base stocks and high-film strengths better protect components from friction and wear.

  • Best protection in severe applications, high loads, and extremely cold ambient temperatures.

  • Resistant to oxidation at high operating and peak drivetrain temperatures.

  • Advance seal conditioning base additives help maintain and extend life of seals.

  • Non-corrosive to copper and other yellow metals common in contemporary drivetrain systems.

For additional information, visit www.roadranger.com.