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1-Gallon Shell Rotella T6 5W-40 Heavy Duty Fully Synthetic Motor Oil EXPIRED

dchay 260 March 2, 2013 at 08:16 AM in Autos (4) More Advance Auto Parts Deals
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Promoted 03-02-2013 at 10:07 AM View Original Post
Advance Auto Parts has 1-Gallon Shell Rotella T6 5W-40 Heavy Duty Fully Synthetic Motor Oil for $22.99 - 30% off with promo code DOW9 - $5 rebate = $11 with free store pickup. Thanks dchay, jaarrek, & kalish

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Edited March 2, 2013 at 06:32 PM by dchay
Shell Rotella T6 5W-40 Heavy Duty Fully Synthetic Motorcycle Motor Oil (1 Gallon) for $11.09 after rebate (+ tax) with store pick up at Advance Auto Parts. (Was $27.99)

Step 1: Add oil to cart:
1 Gallon containers: LINK [advanceautoparts.com]

Step 2: Add code DOW9 to cart to bring price down to $16.09 (THANKS for better code, JAARREK!)

Step 3: Check out and pick up in store to avoid shipping fees
Here's my breakdown from receipt:
Order Summary
Product Subtotal: $22.99
Discounts: -$6.90
Shipping Charges: $0.00
Total: $16.09

Step 4: Submit rebate online for $5 to make it $11.09 (reps to Kalish): LINK [shell.com]

New link for rebate lets you submit two online: LINK [4myrebate.com]reps to mbick2 for the find.

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#106
great oil...been using it all of my sportbikes for years. no idea why people actually buy repsol, motul and amsoil. racers using the pricey oil are typically sponsored and don't pay the outrageous prices.
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#107
As a matter of fact, you can push this thing even lower, get 4 quarts of t6 oil and 2 of your favorite oil filters - aka purolator, and drop that thing with TRT41 = 40off of $100. This makes it roughly 14 bucks before taxes and 5 dollar coupon from shell. I'm set for next two years with oil changes Smilie
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#108
Awesome deal, thanks!

Bought 5 gallons $74.95 before tax.
FW 4% off $74.95 $3.00
Shell rebate $5
AAP rebate $5 x 2
Net $56.95
Per Gallon $11.39
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#109
Really glad so many folks have been able to use this. My first FP ever!

In terms of oil filters, I've really liked this one [amazon.com] from K&N because it has the socket attachment built in. My first oil change was a nightmare on the normal filter because working at a weird angle with a regular filter wrench resulted in it getting crushed, jammed, and making a mess. This one lets me just toss on the socket wrench and pop it right off.

Other purists out there might have different suggestions but thought the suggestion might benefit others looking for options.
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#110
Quote from kfunk7 View Post :
Is there a reason why you need to run 40 weight oil? Stick to what your car recommends
Mainly the price. Plus the car is over 160k in mileage. Thought a thicker oil may do it some good.
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#111
for some reason when i put zip code for store pickup (even when i know there is a store within that zip code) it's telling me there's no stores within 50 miles of it... Is this happening to anyone else?
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Quote from dchay View Post :
In terms of oil filters, I've really liked this one [amazon.com] from K&N because it has the socket attachment built in. My first oil change was a nightmare on the normal filter because working at a weird angle with a regular filter wrench resulted in it getting crushed, jammed, and making a mess. This one lets me just toss on the socket wrench and pop it right off.
Sears also makes a tool to remove a standard filter with a 3/8 drive wrench:

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_1015...23693221-2
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#113
Has anyone gotten an email confirmation of electronic rebate submission?
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#114
Damn, looks like it's dead... Not working for me...

Been using this oil in my Legacy GT since I upgraded the turbo...

EDIT: Used the TRT41 code and got the $40 off when buying 5 gallons.
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#115
thanks OP, will get 2x5 gallons for the 02 wrx and 08 cbr1000rr
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#116
Quote from vivithemage View Post :
going to put this in m 08 sv650s any filter recommendations?
Follow the recommendations of Suzuki and put on a stock oil filter. The SV is a really easy bike to deal with, if fact the manual calls for non synthetic oil and 86 octane fuel.

I run regular 86 gas and traditional oil in mine and it runs better and gets better mpgs than when I was running 93 test. When I do my seasonal oil change I'll be putting this Rotella in because it's cheaper than non synthetic.

(05 SV650s rider here)
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#117
Quote from hypermotard View Post :
Sears also makes a tool to remove a standard filter with a 3/8 drive wrench:

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_1015...23693221-2
Thanks for the link. I actually tried that one, too, along with literally handful of other oil wrenches. But because of the angle and how tight this filter was on my bike every wrench either slid off or was crushing the filter. Since this was the first time I had changed the oil on this bike I assume that whomever had done it before me either didn't lube the o-ring or just over-tightened it. Or maybe I'm just weak Smilie

Thanks for the link, though. I've heard good things about that wrench from others.
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#118
Quote from dchay View Post :
Really glad so many folks have been able to use this. My first FP ever!

In terms of oil filters, I've really liked this one [amazon.com] from K&N because it has the socket attachment built in. My first oil change was a nightmare on the normal filter because working at a weird angle with a regular filter wrench resulted in it getting crushed, jammed, and making a mess. This one lets me just toss on the socket wrench and pop it right off..
I have been using the K&N filters on my Roadglide since there isn't much space to get at the filter. They make oil changes much easier (and you can get them in chrome too!) Smilie The Rotella T6 is good stuff and I have used it for many years in different bikes with happy results.
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#119
Can someone post the part number? i cant seem to get it to come up.
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#120
Quote from BonScott View Post :
Can someone post the part number? i cant seem to get it to come up.
click the original link, it won't come up as a search for some reason
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