Rotella T6 = excellent choice. Great protection at a reasonable price.I use Rotella T6.Walmart. Good, cheapl. I buy fram filters.
I agree, cheap is not the way to go on oil. This does a lot for you engine, trany, and clutch. It is important to get the right type for your clutch. JASA only oil.. Wix filters...thumb upRotella T6 = excellent choice. Great protection at a reasonable price.
Fram Filters = cheap and easy path to a short engine life. Go with Wix and/or NAPA gold. There are others, see past oil threads for more info on filters.
Always replace the crush washer when doing an oil change. thumb up
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Rotella T6 is JASO-MA rated and also has a very heavy additive package as it is for use in Diesels which require more protection than gas engines. I use it in my 4 wheelers too as oils intended for cars now have a diluted additive package that does little to protect an engine if you intend to keep that vehicle for a long time.I agree, cheap is not the way to go on oil. This does a lot for you engine, trany, and clutch. It is important to get the right type for your clutch. JASA only oil.. Wix filters...thumb up
Hey Pop, we old timers have to do due diligence and get these young 'uns set out on the right course. There are a lot of the Devil's deciples out there trying to lead them astray with erroneous information and sundry wive's tales about motor oils. thumb upcheersMan, nothing I like better than coming home at night from a hard day in the salt mines, kickin back in my Barcolounger and reading the daily oil thread.
Maybe . Not that I've gone into detail with analysis to back things up. Not that I have done the legwork and expense that could just be read for info. Heck what fun is any vehicle forum without endless redundant oil questions.That's an interesting comment coming from you. Was that an April Fool joke? :crzy: