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02-16-2014 19:47:53

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Would SAE 30 mixed with SAE 20 hurt a Ford 641?

Would SAE 30 be right for John Deere LA?

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02-18-2014 08:40:11

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 Re: Oils in reply to LanceLarrison, 02-16-2014 19:47:53  
Thank you all! I will put those oils in them!

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02-17-2014 15:19:55

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 Re: Oils in reply to LanceLarrison, 02-16-2014 19:47:53  
Won't hurt a thing. You just end up with SAE 25.

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David G

02-17-2014 15:10:41

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 Re: Oils in reply to LanceLarrison, 02-16-2014 19:47:53  
Answer is no problem, but just use a multi viscosity and be done with it.

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02-17-2014 04:36:48

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 Re: Oils in reply to LanceLarrison, 02-16-2014 19:47:53  
Ok. I did some research and found that in weather 32F to 86F you use SAE 20. For 86F and above, you use SAE 30. I just thought I'd mix them...
On the JD LA, I CAN'T FIND A SINGLE DARN OIL CHART OR READING!!! I keep trying, but it always, always, always, comes up with the new JD LA100 series mowers, since they are pretty popular. I just figured most/all small antique tractors use SAE 30, and I have some of that. Do you know if the SAE 30 would work?

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02-17-2014 12:50:36

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 Re: Oils in reply to LanceLarrison, 02-17-2014 04:36:48  
The original sticker on the model L said SAE 30 in summer and SAE 10W in winter.

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Bob Harvey

02-16-2014 20:26:58

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 Re: Oils in reply to LanceLarrison, 02-16-2014 19:47:53  
My $.22; Mixing the 2 oils should NOT be a problem. Best do some homework on oil types. Current oils are MUCH better than the original recommended types. Multi grade 10w-30w is a good substitute for straight 30w etc. HTH

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