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Thanks for the interesting reading Dburnash. :clapper::clapper:
 

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That was real interesting reading, thanks.:)

Gene:waving::11red::11red::11red::cooler:
 

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Thanks, that was a darn good article. I put it in my archives.

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Thanks dburnash! :waving:

I learned something there.I printed it out for future reference. :clapper:

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..great Stuff...Thanks!!!   Silver/forums/images/emoticons/emoticonsxtra/cooldj.gif
 

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Interesting article...

About like a dentist describing brain surgery.

The guy doesn't know much about petro-chemistry, and he uses a lot of engineering jargon to make the uninformed believe him.

His description of constructing an oil molecule is laughable.

"I didn't stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night, but I do refine oil"
 

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I love those oil articles. They still leave me in the dark after reading them but I still love reading them. :D
 

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Tonys96 wrote:
Interesting article...

About like a dentist describing brain surgery.

The guy doesn't know much about petro-chemistry, and he uses a lot of engineering jargon to make the uninformed believe him.

His description of constructing an oil molecule is laughable.

"I didn't stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night, but I do refine oil"
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electrical engineer pst, i argue with an electrical engineer all day long on another forum where hepretends to be amechanic.

He doesn't completely understand how an engine works. He has some facts of oil correct but seems like a lot he just summarized oil websites. And according to him, oil only lasts 2500 miles :baffled:
 

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Just goes to prove the oil debate isn't resolvable, we are all going to use what we like whether we decide on the type by a scientific opinion that may be right or wrong, divination by chicken or sheep entrails or (animal of your choice here) or by the position of the planets or like most by cost. Most of us will do our oil changes based on the methods described above.

Okay, tires anyone?
 

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interesting none the less....burns as it blisters as it bursts.
 

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..busy counting cockroach shells...how many are allowed anyway?:shock:i'm confused:gunhead:is there such a thing as a synthetic cockroach shell? Is it a good or bad thing?
 

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I got through about half of the article and quit...

It seems to me you will use what you want to use on your engines for oil. I've been buying Phillips 66 or Exxon 15W-40 for the trucks. If works in the 2002 Cummins it will work for the1983 GW. :grinner:

Being that I buy it in the 5 gallon buckets I get a good price on it. About $1.69 per quart. (at least the last time I bought oil...) :goofygrin:
 
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