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    I just recently bought a D160, it has the Tuff Torq K46 BE which is called a HD. I contacted Tuff Torq and they said the difference between K46 and K46 HD is that the HD use 5w-50 synthetic oil. I couldn't find any info on this forum so I thought I would share if anyone didn't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcman29 View Post
    I just recently bought a D160, it has the Tuff Torq K46 BE which is called a HD. I contacted Tuff Torq and they said the difference between K46 and K46 HD is that the HD use 5w-50 synthetic oil. I couldn't find any info on this forum so I thought I would share if anyone didn't know.
    From what I read most of them units came with conventional oil. For no other reason then to keep cost per unit down. However I'd be willing to pay for the good stuff.
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    I might stop by and ask the dealership if they heard of that.

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