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10 gals of 30 weight non detergent

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Ultradog MN

04-16-2018 17:38:17




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A guy offered me two unopened pails of the stuff for free.
I was given a 2 gal jug of 30w ND a few years ago and use it in my oil bath air filter.
But 10 gals would last me forever that way.
What if I burned it in my diesel - not in the oil pan but the tank.?
Say a gallon per tankful.
Shouldn't hurt anything should it?
What else could a guy use it for?
Thanks




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Carls70

04-17-2018 22:29:28




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
Just sent you an email.
Carl



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travis miranowski

04-17-2018 09:31:51




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
Ultradog, where are you located? I am in New Prague. I collect hit and miss engines and use that oil. I would be interested in that oil.



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Destroked 450

04-17-2018 08:57:25




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
I wouldn't pass it up, being non detergent I don't see an issue adding some to the fuel system but at a lower rate like maybe 1-2 qrt's per tank in your Fords 12-15 gallon tanks, would also be good to lube chains and cutter bars on implements.

If you where closer I'd trade you some grease for the oil, I've got lots of grease.

Anyone near enough that want's some bulk grease let me know, I've got 5 gallon pails, 120 lb drums and 55 gallon barrels of the stuff, Schaeffer, Mobil, off brands, ect.

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buickanddeere

04-17-2018 08:32:13




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
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How long ago ?



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buickanddeere

04-17-2018 08:31:43




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
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How about those wet brakes and wet clutches ?



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TomA

04-17-2018 05:54:31




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
I use 30 w non detergent oil as an additive in diesel fuel for engines with rotary injection pumps. Oil is fuel to a Diesel engine.



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Ultradog MN

04-17-2018 05:24:36




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
Thanks fellas.
Not a resounding agreement to burn the stuff and I have no other use for it so maybe I'll just pass on it.
Thanks



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welding man

04-17-2018 05:04:01




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
That is what I use for break in oil on all of my gasoline engine rebuilds. Straight 30w and a bottle of Lucas Break in additive. Been using it for years and always have had great results.



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NCWayne

04-16-2018 21:58:49




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
A modern 30 weight non detergent would work just find in a transmission, final drive, or hydraulic system. The main thing is that whatever it's used in not require a limited slip additive, if used in a transmission, final drive, etc.



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M Nut

04-16-2018 19:59:45




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
Id use it for chainsaw bar oil too. Any kind of oil is fine for that. Lately I have been using the cheapest hydraulic oil I can find, like the $19.95 for 5 gallons at tractor supply kind of oil. Never an issue with the oilers on the saws.



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rustred

04-17-2018 17:49:56




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to M Nut, 04-16-2018 19:59:45  
pretty useless for chian oil. unless your just doing light cutting. for heavy cutting you need chain saw bar oil that sticks to the chain. engine oil just flys off and you burn the bar.



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MSD

04-16-2018 19:59:31




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
Works as an engine brake in oil.



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JDEM

04-16-2018 19:32:24




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
Chainsaw bar oil? Also the transmissions in Oliver HG crawlers and a few others like Terratrac and Case with wet steering brakes. 30W non-detergent motor oil is basically the same thing as 80W-90W GL-1 gear oil.



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Stephen Newell

04-16-2018 19:30:04




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
You could also use it for air compressor oil.



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rustred

04-16-2018 18:11:42




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
use it in the hydraulics of them old tractors. better than burning it and carboning up the engine.



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dpendzic

04-16-2018 17:46:06




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to Ultradog MN, 04-16-2018 17:38:17  
ND oil is the recommended type of oil to be used in engines that do not have an oil filter--I don't see where it would do major harm in diesel fuel--would probable just deposit more ash in the cylinders--I myself use 2 stoke oil in my diesel fuel



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wgm

04-16-2018 19:17:46




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to dpendzic, 04-16-2018 17:46:06  
Recommended by who?



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dpendzic

04-17-2018 06:18:58




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to wgm, 04-16-2018 19:17:46  
Caterpillar



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keith true

04-16-2018 18:00:38




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to dpendzic, 04-16-2018 17:46:06  
It's really only good for air compressors.I ordered a drum of 15-40 a few years ago,after they dropped it in my garage I saw it was marked 30 WT non-detergent.I called them,their first concern was if I had used any.I told them no,I hadn't even cracked the seals.I told them I would either leave the barrel out for them,or I would load it with the Bobcat.They asked me if I had a waste oil furnace.They would take it back,but only if they had to.I gave a few gallons away for guys air compressors,but wound up pumping most into the waste oil furnace.

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dpendzic

04-16-2018 18:07:36




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 Re: 10 gals of 30 weight non detergent in reply to keith true, 04-16-2018 18:00:38  
it is the oil recommended for Cat pony engines and also some older Cat gear boxes such as the transmission and final drives



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