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Old 12-27-2014, 08:02 AM   #36
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I haven't seen the gold cap stuff at wal mart. My Expy is due for a change like meow so I'll have to drop in to wally world (i hate them but i know boycotts dont work and they are far and away cheaper to get oil).
Here is what it looks like. Wally world is 10 dollars cheaper than other stores like Auto Zone, Advanced Autoparts, Pep Boys.
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I mean I haven't seen it in the jugs but I'll look again. Still hard to beat $17.99 for super tech lol. Especially when I have 3 full quarts on the shelf so I only need to buy 4 loose onesfor this upcoming change.
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Old 12-27-2014, 10:06 AM   #38
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I mean I haven't seen it in the jugs but I'll look again. Still hard to beat $17.99 for super tech lol. Especially when I have 3 full quarts on the shelf so I only need to buy 4 loose onesfor this upcoming change.
Lol. That's what I'm using now , super tech fully synthetic. Ha ha ha.
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Amzoil is superior to all else. That's like comparing a new mustang to a 90s taurus. Other brands meet requirements to be "synthetic" which is actually just a specific partial size it must meet.
Particle size?? What are you talking about?
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