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What oil should i use with torsen t2

A chilton manual i have says gl5 sae 90wt hypoid gear oil, just one problem. I cant find a straight 90wt anywhere, what does torsen recommend? What do you guys use? Any benefits to using synthetic oils?

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My Ford workshop manual says it's supposed to be 75W140 synthetic gear oil.
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75w140, says right on the axle tag.
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Ok thanks guys.
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The torsen dif is the same right? I was looking under there and cant find a tag, where is it usually at?
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Be sure that's synthetic 75w140.

The tag should be attached to one of the cover bolts.
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