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Old 08-27-2007
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Quaker State 4X4 and Truck Oil

Just a quick question. I was walking through the auto parts store and saw this oil I usually don't use Quaker State but it is labeled as 4x4 and truck oil?
Is this just an advertising gimmick or is this oil really that good? What are your all thoughts on this oil, anyone who has used it? I am considering using it.
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don't they have a torque oil, and then a horsepower oil?
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lol yeah, my friend has an 05 xlt 4x4 4.0 and he is big on that 4x4 Torque power oil. I just stick with my motorcraft factory spec oil. Stays very clean.
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i used to used that suff "Quaker State 4x4 oil" back in high school when i got my 1985 S-15 v-6 2.8l, it acually simalier to semi - synithetique oil. it works like it should. my engine runs cool and smooth on hot day. They comes in varities of oil grades like 5W20, 5W30, etc...
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i use motorcraft oil AND filter. stick to ford products.
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i use motorcraft oil AND filter. stick to ford products.

For that! I have to agreed. sinced i used to use " Quaker States Oil and Castrol" when i was learning how to take care on cars back in high school! :)
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Thanks I was just wondering what others experiences were since it stated "torque for offroad engines" He He I thought it was probably just a sales gimmick but not sure. I am sure it is still a decent oil but I agree I think I will stick with what I know
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