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Old 02-20-2011
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that walmarts off brand oil and whats nice about this is the price! but I'm kind of afaid to use this dont know if its realy good or not. Does anyone here use it?.
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I haven't used it in my stuff, but a guy I do oil changes for buys it for all his cars. He hasn't had an issue, I haven't noticed it being any worse then any other oil while draining it.
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Old 02-21-2011
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I do a lot of reading over at BITOG, the Walmart oil is good stuff, especially if you run 4000 mi. oil change intervals.
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I use it in everything, it's Havoline IIRC.
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my sister has been useing that kind of oil in her jeep for about 4yrs now,works good for the price
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I have been using Wallymart oil (syn.) for as long as they have been selling it, run it in everything I own. I have always looked at it this way it meets the spec it is designed for and Wally doesn't make oil so he must be buying it from someone who does and in huge quantities so it has to be a name brand with a different label.
Can't beat the price either!
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Im pretty sure vavoline makes it
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I hear quaker state makes it, might give it a try you cant beat the price!.
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Im pretty sure vavoline makes it
If it's valvoline then I am switching to it next time, I run Valvoline syn-blend as is and it's like $20 a 5qrt jug.
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