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Lubricant for Deutz


Created On Wednesday November 07, 2012 00:29 Diesel Talk
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MalekEagle
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Hi there,

I am Malek Abdullah from Malaysia.
I am looking for lubricants for Deutz engine model below:
- BA8M16

I am not expert in this area, but I got an order to supply lubricants for this model.
I have these four (4) type of lubricants:
- 15W40
- S150
- SAE 30
- SAE 40

But, I do not know which one the most suitable.
Could anyone help on this matter?

Thank you so much.


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Malek
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Malaysia.
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