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Re: lpg engine oils. Straight weight and temp.

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M 5 Jack

01-15-2013 06:44:19

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We use 15-40 on our Diesel and 10w-30 on our gas tractors,I have not bought an old tractor that was not neglected somewhere.We forgot the air cleaner on our ZB.It did not quite act right,
pulled it off it completely pluged.I know nothing
about LP but what really gives gray hairs is two or more little things.Made in china products will
drive nuts.

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R Wyler

01-15-2013 07:00:59

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 Re: lpg engine oils. Straight weight and temp. in reply to M 5 Jack, 01-15-2013 06:44:19  
I use 15-40 in the M Farmall and straight 30 non detergent in the 930 lpg but it is only run in the hot summer and fall except for top dressing wheatin the spring, "which might not be done this year" I might put straight 20 in if I can find some. I am just worried about that 30 being too heavy right now. china must be the largest manufacturing nation on earth now..

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01-16-2013 03:15:32

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 Re: lpg engine oils. Straight weight and temp. in reply to R Wyler, 01-15-2013 07:00:59  
Only fools use non detergent oils

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