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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-10-2014, 07:32 AM Thread Starter
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for you guys using rotella oil there is a $5.00 rebate on
gallons going on right now. coupon on the jugs. T5 & T6.
dont have to be using it just in your bikes. my honda rubicon,
simplicity garden tractor and lawn mower all use it. still afraid
to take the plunge on the bike. still use mobil 1 in the cars.
i bought 2 gallons to put back. thats over a years worth .
it was 21.36 at the walmart in our area. over 4.00 cheaper
than farm & fleet. that was for the T6.

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Do not fear using it in your car and bike. T6 has a heavier additive package than Mobil 1 that helps preserve engine life. Went from Mobil 1 to T6 in my Chrysler 300C wit da Hemi and use it in my bike. Check out Vindex's posts regarding T6.

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Do not fear using it in your car and bike. T6 has a heavier additive package than Mobil 1 that helps preserve engine life. Went from Mobil 1 to T6 in my Chrysler 300C wit da Hemi and use it in my bike. Check out Vindex's posts regarding T6.
isnt 40 wt a little heavy on the top end for newer cars?

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vic luggage rack and lowers,iso grips,2" pullbacks
hard bags,xc adj pass footrests, color keyed side
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and of course, a ric z laydown license bracket.[5
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isnt 40 wt a little heavy on the top end for newer cars?
Had 70K miles when I switched and no prob's.

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