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5-Qt Castrol GTX Magnatec 0W-20 Full Synthetic Motor Oil EXPIRED

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Easily the most useless response on Slickdeals in 2019 lol.

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Thanks for telling us what it does stand for. You may need to contact Valvoline and let them know what it stands for because they seem to think it does. "The "w" in motor oil stands for winter. The first number in the oil classification refers to a cold weather viscosity. The lower this number is, the less viscous your oil will be at low temperatures. For example, a 5W- motor oil will flow better at lower temperatures than a 15W- motor oil."
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You loosing any coolant by any chance?
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$12.88 sub and save for black Friday

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I noticed a lot of deals lately on 0-20 oil. Walmart was running a deal on Valvoline full synthetic oil 3 gallons for $35, but nothing on 5-30.
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If only this were 5W-20 😑
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If only this were 5W-20 😑
You can use 0w20 instead of 5w20. Can drop the first number....
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If only this were 5W-20 😑
0w-20 will work in the same applications. Will just be a little less viscous during the winter.
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If only this were 5W-20 😑
As long as you don't exceed the "20" you are fine the "w" refers to winter. So if you live in a cold climate the 0w will be better than 5w for cold starting.
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W does not refer to winter
Thanks for telling us what it does stand for. You may need to contact Valvoline and let them know what it stands for because they seem to think it does. "The "w" in motor oil stands for winter. The first number in the oil classification refers to a cold weather viscosity. The lower this number is, the less viscous your oil will be at low temperatures. For example, a 5W- motor oil will flow better at lower temperatures than a 15W- motor oil."
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W does not refer to winter
Easily the most useless response on Slickdeals in 2019 lol.

Thank you for your input, sir.
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W does not refer to winter
Name checks out. What do you think it stands for then? Weight?
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Easily the most useless response on Slickdeals in 2019 lol.

Thank you for your input, sir.
I do love oil threads they bring out the biggest dummies. Lol. He was so confident too.
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I tried the 5w30 but it foamed up my my ls1. Not sure how much foam but there was consistently foam on the dipstick
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I tried the 5w30 but it foamed up my my ls1. Not sure how much foam but there was consistently foam on the dipstick
You loosing any coolant by any chance?
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