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SUPER C OIL CHANGE

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newhaven

04-22-2016 05:22:01




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What type of oil 30w non detergent ?? or detergent




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DeltaRed

04-22-2016 18:31:02




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 Re: SUPER C OIL CHANGE in reply to newhaven, 04-22-2016 05:22:01  
15/40 fleet diesel.All year around. the same as I run in my 10 running tractors,2 combines,2 pickups,car,motorcycles,ATVs,lawnmowers...... one oil for all. simple that way.



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riverbend

04-22-2016 17:04:01




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 Re: SUPER C OIL CHANGE in reply to newhaven, 04-22-2016 05:22:01  
You can use any oil you like, but you may need to add a little zinc additive or use diesel oil (Rotella or other) to protect the cam and lifters. If you do use non-detergent oil you should remove the oil pan and clean out the crud that settles out. I find it much easier to use a good diesel oil.

Greg



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Janicholson

04-22-2016 06:31:37




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 Re: SUPER C OIL CHANGE in reply to newhaven, 04-22-2016 05:22:01  
Using non-detergent oil is not recommended. The two main reasons that today's engines run 3 times as long as in the 50s. 15-30 Quality oil is recommended. Jim



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DanMD

04-22-2016 06:23:59




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 Re: SUPER C OIL CHANGE in reply to newhaven, 04-22-2016 05:22:01  
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This is the same thing my local IH service manager told me about the air cleaners.

Dan



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kevinj54

04-22-2016 06:20:26




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 Re: SUPER C OIL CHANGE in reply to newhaven, 04-22-2016 05:22:01  
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Not sure about that one......I use the rotella-t in the cleaner cup.
The oil is always clean with the dirt on the bottom.



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jsfarmall

04-25-2016 04:00:17




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 Re: SUPER C OIL CHANGE in reply to kevinj54, 04-22-2016 06:20:26  
Oh ok, I never tried it, just what I have heard so that's what I always done. Would make things simpler for sure.



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jsfarmall

04-22-2016 06:11:50




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 Re: SUPER C OIL CHANGE in reply to newhaven, 04-22-2016 05:22:01  
Don't have a super c but in my cub, H, and Super M. Use rotella 15 40 detergent. I make sure I use 30w non detergent in the air filter though. Reason being is I have been told the non detergent oil let's the dirt settle to the bottom of the cup where a detergent oil holds the dirt n dust in suspension.



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