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1-Gallon Black Max Bar and Chain Oil

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Walmart has 1-Gallon Black Max Bar and Chain Oil on sale for $9.94. Choose free store pick up where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (30-day free trial here) or on orders of $35+.
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Great price (only about $2.46 per quart) for all those that purchased one of those chain saw deals. If you haven't used your chainsaw, yet, they tend to go through this stuff fairly quickly.



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AmishElectrician asked this question on 08-09-2022 at 01:05 PM
08-09-2022 at 01:05 PM
Garage door lubes are normally silicone based sprays. The lube doesn't run and doesn't attract dust. Home Depot or Lowes sells it cheap.

Chain oil is a pain in the rear. Somehow it always makes it way out of the tool and over everything else.
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You can. Just be aware that bar and chain oil is "sticky", and you will probably have more debris sticking to your blades.

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Good deal. Worked for many years at a sawmill bucking logs. While bar oil is far better because it lasts longer and slings less mess around, pretty much any oil will work. We mostly recycled used motor oil, tranny fluid, or hydraulic fluid and they worked just fine.
twice as much on ebay as in $20
it lacks tackifiers and makes more of a slinging mess..
That being said any bar oil is good. not much difference between the super expensive and cheap. 2 cycle oil is more important(use jaso FD)

PS home depot everyday price is 12.97 for a gallon of echo bar oil.. not sure 10$ for blackmax is a stockup type of clearance.

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twice as much on ebay.
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Care to share the link where they're selling a gallon of bar and chain oil for $5 with free shipping to back up that claim?
twice as much on ebay as in $20
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Okay, sorry, wasn't clear.. saw there was a downvote and then saw your comment. Just figured you downvoted it.
nope, i purchased 2 locally and voted up just now.
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Straight 30w will also work if you can get it cheaper.
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Straight 30w will also work if you can get it cheaper.
I do that sometimes, but the bar and chain oil is really better for the saws.
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Straight 30w will also work if you can get it cheaper.
it lacks tackifiers and makes more of a slinging mess..
That being said any bar oil is good. not much difference between the super expensive and cheap. 2 cycle oil is more important(use jaso FD)

PS home depot everyday price is 12.97 for a gallon of echo bar oil.. not sure 10$ for blackmax is a stockup type of clearance.
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Good deal. Worked for many years at a sawmill bucking logs. While bar oil is far better because it lasts longer and slings less mess around, pretty much any oil will work. We mostly recycled used motor oil, tranny fluid, or hydraulic fluid and they worked just fine.
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it lacks tackifiers and makes more of a slinging mess..
That being said any bar oil is good. not much difference between the super expensive and cheap. 2 cycle oil is more important(use jaso FD)

PS home depot everyday price is 12.97 for a gallon of echo bar oil.. not sure 10$ for blackmax is a stockup type of clearance.
Yeah, I saw that too... but to be fair, $13 is 30% more, right? Just seemed to me, given record high barrel oil prices (oil, not just gasoline) that $10 a gallon for specialty oil was a fairly good price.
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Its not like the stuff goes bad if you keep it sealed up... but if you don't use it often like myself 1 gallon will last longer than the container that holds it lol. I might use my pole saw 1-2 a year to trim up some trees so I don't use bar oil very much.
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Shipping only. Must spend $35 to remove $7 shipping
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Would this work well for lubricating a garage door?
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