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Old March 26th, 2011, 01:52 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by GreenMustang00 View Post
How were they only 12 for the whole set?
they were $2 something each
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Old March 26th, 2011, 04:42 AM   #42
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Originally Posted by MustangGeek View Post
Exactly. Thats why i tell everyone to use synthetic oil because it last 3 -4 times longer and u dont have to change your oil every 3 months
I do the same thing with oil, I run Royal Purple for 8,000 miles with a filter change at 4,000 miles, after 24,000 miles I change my oil three times instead of eight like I used to with Valvoline synthetic blend and I save $50.

I made the switch the first winter I was driving, it was 10 below in Ohio at the time and I was changing my oil every two weeks. I finally said it to cold for me to this so often, so I switched to Royal Purple, saved money, and regretted not switching sooner, luckily I had only been driving for a few months at that point.
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Originally Posted by SALEEN961 View Post
I do the same thing with oil, I run Royal Purple for 8,000 miles with a filter change at 4,000 miles, after 24,000 miles I change my oil three times instead of eight like I used to with Valvoline synthetic blend and I save $50.

I made the switch the first winter I was driving, it was 10 below in Ohio at the time and I was changing my oil every two weeks. I finally said it to cold for me to this so often, so I switched to Royal Purple, saved money, and regretted not switching sooner, luckily I had only been driving for a few months at that point.
Why run Royal Purple when you basically get the same performance out of Mobil 1 Full Synthetic? And a 5 quart jug from Wallyworld is only $24-26...
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Originally Posted by 6BangEr View Post
Why run Royal Purple when you basically get the same performance out of Mobil 1 Full Synthetic? And a 5 quart jug from Wallyworld is only $24-26...
Because it's purple duh
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Because it's purple duh


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I use Supertech Full Synthetic from Walmart for $20 a jug. And still change it every 3-4 months or 3-4k miles. I don't think you should leave any oil in for more than 5k or 6months. It just get's cruddy and still gets acid buil up in it. Especially if its mostly a city driven car. My car gets 2 oil changes a year and only drives maybe 4-5k for about 8 months a year.

I don't see what the big deal is with changing oil either when it takes what 15 min?
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Originally Posted by 9986paulk View Post
I use Supertech Full Synthetic from Walmart for $20 a jug. And still change it every 3-4 months or 3-4k miles. I don't think you should leave any oil in for more than 5k or 6months. It just get's cruddy and still gets acid buil up in it. Especially if its mostly a city driven car. My car gets 2 oil changes a year and only drives maybe 4-5k for about 8 months a year.

I don't see what the big deal is with changing oil either when it takes what 15 min?
Yeah I find it theraputeic. But spend the extra 6 bucks man. Mobil 1 is good shit
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Not even 6 bucks, the 5qts of Mobil 1 fully synthetic at wal mart down here is $24.95. I just wish they sold Motorcraft filters...
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Not even 6 bucks, the 5qts of Mobil 1 fully synthetic at wal mart down here is $24.95. I just wish they sold Motorcraft filters...
At advanced it is 33 bucks for 5 quarts and a mobil 1 filter... About same price
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Originally Posted by GreenMustang00 View Post
At advanced it is 33 bucks for 5 quarts and a mobil 1 filter... About same price
I always get 5 quarts of Mobil 1 and a Motorcraft filter at Wal-Mart for like $29. It's sad that it's cheaper to take your car to a mechanic for an oil change. But I don't trust most of those fuckers with my car anymore
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Originally Posted by mcqueen View Post
I always get 5 quarts of Mobil 1 and a Motorcraft filter at Wal-Mart for like $29. It's sad that it's cheaper to take your car to a mechanic for an oil change. But I don't trust most of those fuckers with my car anymore
Yeah it's cheaper to get it done but it's deinately not going to be done with Mobil 1 for cheaper than that price. They will give you the cheapest shit they have unless you ask for synthetic. Even then they will normally use a synthetic blend. Taking 20 minutes to change your own oil is well worth it IMO. PLus when I do my own I like to let the passenger side down with the oil plug out so I get every last drop of old oil out that I can!
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