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Valvoline 4-stroke Motorcycle SAE 10W-40 Conventional Oil - 1 quart, $1

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At Walmart brick and mortar stores only. $1 per quart, plus tax.

The clearance shelf at my local store said $2.50 per quart, but they rang up as $1 per quart. Brickseek can confirm. YMMV.

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fyi.....
Valvoline 4-Stroke Motorcycle Conventional 10W40 Motor Oil 1 Quart:

Protects at high RPMs and temperatures
Protects wet clutch and provides maximum power transfer
Prevents deposit formation
Achieves maximum horsepower
The Valvoline 4-stroke motorcycle oil ensures minimal wear
Advanced cleaning
Shear stability
Film strength
Excellent corrosion protection
It is made to meet or exceed manufacturer's warranty requirements
The wet clutch oil provides exceptional protection for ATVs
For use in 4-stroke motorcycles, including cruisers and off-road motorcycles
.....i personally use shell rotella t6 full synthetic but as long as you change it regularly you r g2g
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This is a steal. Showing in stock in Humble at Wal-Mart #4298
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Thanks OP.

Just what i need for my two-stroke and/or car. Cheap oil is always good.
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Thanks OP.

Just what i need for my two-stroke and/or car. Cheap oil is always good.
I hope this is a joke haha
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I hope this is a joke haha
Mostly.

In a 2-cycle this would cause some combustion ash formation. Not likely bad for occasional use. i don't see why you could not use in a car. Chain saw oil would be another use. Better yet if it was 50 cents.

I use transmission fluid in my car's power steering.

Do be careful with hydraulic fluids in tractors............. Don't use anything other than recommended.
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Thank You. Picked up 5 from grand blanc, mi and 6 from fenton, mi
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Motorcycle? Can you use it in a car? The only difference is that it has 3 more cylinders? EEK!
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Motorcycle? Can you use it in a car? The only difference is that it has 3 more cylinders? EEK!
Different detergents but it would technically work. Car oil is pretty cheap already so why risk it unless its for an old beater car.

Also many motorcycles have 4 cylinders.
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