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Quaker State Advanced Durability 5W30 Motor Oil, 1 qt $1.54 B&M

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Quaker State Advanced Durability motor oil minimizes friction-related wear three times better than the wear standards set by American and Japanese automotive standards and meets or exceeds latest oil standards for protection under high temperatures and severe conditions.

Minimizes friction-related wear 3x better than the wear standards set by American and Japanese automotive standards

Meets or exceeds latest oil standards for protection under high temperatures and severe conditions

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Quaker...t/43803336

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Good deal for store pick up.

I can get to the product from your link, but any search I try on Walmart site it does not show up. Secret products?
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It's a mistake, that's the price per quart for their bulk oil for the Auto Care Center
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Looks like you can't purchase online for in store pickup. Only in store purchase?
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They are going to eventually give these for free, ships are on the coast waiting...😅
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This is for the ECO-BOX (aka bulk oil, aka bag in a box). It can be purchased for carry out. You punch out a little spot on the bottom of the box and there is a plastic valve that pops out, then use a container of your choice to transfer oil to the car.

In order to buy it correctly you need to buy quantity of 24 as there are 24 quarts in the box. If anyone is able to walk out of a Walmart only paying 1.54 for a box congratulations. You got an air head employee to process the transaction.

Not a bad deal at all @ 36.96 for the box. Most vendors that sell "eco-Box" oils to shops get around 50-70 dollars for the same box.
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I wouldn't even bother with this stuff when Costco has high quality full synthetic for $2.50/quart in-store (2 x 5 quart bottles for $24.99). Your can have them delivered for $2.70/quart.

https://slickdeals.net/f/13998431-costco-members-10-quart-kirkland-signature-full-synthetic-motor-oil-various-27-free-shipping?attrsrc=Test%3AElasticsearchIntegration%3AControl&src=SiteSearchV2Algo1

The full synthetic will last at least 50% longer than conventional oil which should offset the cost. If you really want the anti-wear additives you could probably just buy something from AutoZone.
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I wouldn't even bother with this stuff when Costco has high quality full synthetic for $2.50/quart in-store (2 x 5 quart bottles for $24.99). Your can have them delivered for $2.70/quart.

https://slickdeals.net/f/13998431-costco-members-10-quart-kirkland-signature-full-synthetic-motor-oil-various-27-free-shipping?attrsrc=Test%3AElasticsearchIntegration%3AControl&src=SiteSearchV2Algo1

The full synthetic will last at least 50% longer than conventional oil which should offset the cost. If you really want the anti-wear additives you could probably just buy something from AutoZone.
I don't use synthetic in my old Bronco. Synthetic oil has the characteristic of polishing (which is nice in a car that has always had that). If you have an older vehicle that hasn't had synthetic and you use it, you can actually polish tiny holes in your seals.

Told to me by a Castrol class facilitator when I worked at Sears and we started doing oil changes in '03.
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I don't use synthetic in my old Bronco. Synthetic oil has the characteristic of polishing (which is nice in a car that has always had that). If you have an older vehicle that hasn't had synthetic and you use it, you can actually polish tiny holes in your seals.

Told to me by a Castrol class facilitator when I worked at Sears and we started doing oil changes in '03.
FWIW most people basically think this is a myth now. Lots of oil companies put it on their websites, though, you could argue they have a conflict of interest with generally higher synthetic costs.

https://www.pennzoil.com/en_us/ed...c-oil.html

https://www.valvoline.com/about-u...-oil-myths

https://blog.amsoil.com/synthetic...older-cars

The Amsoil link is pretty interesting. It points out that the detergents in good oils will remove sludge from your junky old seals, which could cause leaks if the sludge was plugging a bad seal.

IMO, though, I'd rather clean that crap out, change the seals, and use better oil. I realize that's easier said than done, and kind of depends on what you want to do with a vehicle.
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Reminds me of oats!
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Will this work in my 20yo Craftsman mower that uses sae30 or 5-30?
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I wouldn't even bother with this stuff when Costco has high quality full synthetic for $2.50/quart in-store (2 x 5 quart bottles for $24.99). Your can have them delivered for $2.70/quart.

https://slickdeals.net/f/13998431-costco-members-10-quart-kirkland-signature-full-synthetic-motor-oi...

The full synthetic will last at least 50% longer than conventional oil which should offset the cost. If you really want the anti-wear additives you could probably just buy something from AutoZone.
I can think of a few reasons:

1) Use it on yard equipment that needs a yearly oil changes.
2) Use it for topping off between oil changes. I have a car that uses about a quart between oil changes, and I hate "wasting" a quart of synthetic for that last 1K miles or so.
3) Vehicles that are not used that much, but still require a yearly oil change. I have a daughter at college, she doesn't put more than 5k miles on a year, but I still change it yearly.
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