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Bob - MI

02-05-2014 10:26:09
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I know this sounds weird but I had a use for mineral oil at our shop at one time so I bought a 55 gallon drum of Citgo Sentry 19 oil. After it came in I discovered that this was not the correct material for the application and I am now stuck with a drum of this.

My question is:

Do you guys think there would be a market for this if I re-packaged it in 5 gallon containers?

Not that I need something else to do at the shop but I hate to see that drum just sitting there collecting dust.

I am thinking Ebay.

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hd6gtom

02-06-2014 08:01:01
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to Bob - MI, 02-05-2014 10:26:09  
a lot of people coat concrete forms with oil of that type.



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01BIRDDOG

02-07-2014 10:21:14
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to hd6gtom, 02-06-2014 08:01:01  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeWe also use it for the oil in the smoke system tank on aircraft.



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01BIRDDOG

02-06-2014 05:49:38
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to Bob - MI, 02-05-2014 10:26:09  
I use to use mineral oil or as we called it "Bean oil" in Harley flat trackers. Worked good to lubricate but i know for a FACT that if left for a long time without running engine it would sludge up in my case the oil passages in the crank pin on these engines. My reason to switch to current oil.



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Tim Daley(MI)

02-06-2014 05:16:21
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to Bob - MI, 02-05-2014 10:26:09  
Try all the local machine shops and garages -someone might take it off your hands.



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Trapper D

02-05-2014 19:21:30
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to Bob - MI, 02-05-2014 10:26:09  
Not sure what weight your oil is but our local Ford tractor dealer told me that mineral oil is what I should put in my 8N for trans. fluid when I change it. Not sure if it is better or what. Just relaying the message.



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Jimmyjack

02-05-2014 15:27:38
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to Bob - MI, 02-05-2014 10:26:09  
I use it on my butcher block and knife handles. 55 gal would last a looooong time.



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maxwell99

02-05-2014 14:31:39
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to Bob - MI, 02-05-2014 10:26:09  
I just bought 8 gals of NAPA GL-1 mineral oil 90 weight and changed the differential, transmission, hyd oil in my 1957 TO-35 Ferguson tractor.

I paid around $16 per gal for the oil at Napa.

I would think you could sell it if it is the same type oil.

if it has not been opened will the company not take it back?????????



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chuck41

02-05-2014 13:16:24
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to Bob - MI, 02-05-2014 10:26:09  
Bob, Massey Ferg tractors used mineral oil. Gear
oil not good because of the hyd pump in the belly
Manual called for mineral 80 winter 90 mineral in
summer, tho most used 80 year around. Most small
and midsize used 8 gallons. Chuck



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L.B,

02-05-2014 12:19:01
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to Bob - MI, 02-05-2014 10:26:09  
Wait for The Old Hokie he can tell you everything you need to know.



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R Geiger

02-05-2014 11:28:31
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to 504, 02-05-2014 10:26:09  
Where are you located?



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tesmith66

02-05-2014 11:23:01
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to Bob - MI, 02-05-2014 10:26:09  
What's the freeze point? Could you load your tires with it?



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soundguy

02-05-2014 11:21:26
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to Bob - MI, 02-05-2014 10:26:09  
cheap light weight oil for mid temp and pressur ehyds and some lubrication



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R Geiger

02-05-2014 10:56:06
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 Re: Mineral oil? in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 02-05-2014 10:26:09  
What eight is it? Rock hounders use light oil in lapidary saws and the oil is getting costly. might find a local rock club and ask , you might find a ready market depending on what it is. I will have to look it up and see what you have.. I use diesel in one saw and used ATF in the other. diesel can be dangerous to use if the saw gets hot. mine does not.



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