|Yesterday 09:47 PM|
I wouldn't keep oil in that long. I always stick to the severe duty 3000 miles. Going a little over won't hurt much. Basically change when dirty. But to be honest... Change when dirty, after storage, or mileage as the oil breaks down over time and with heat cycles. As well as changing it frequently if you are a short trip driver. A few dollars in savings on oil isn't worth lots o' monies later. Just my .02
|Yesterday 09:45 PM|
|svt1391||I change my 5-6000 mile oil every 3-4000. Call me paranoid but that's how all 17 of my cars have been|
|Yesterday 09:36 PM|
So, I always buy mobil 1 full synthetic for my car but when I went to buy oil the "15000 extended use" of the same oil I buy was on sale.
Would you guys keep it in there for the 15000?
|Yesterday 09:25 PM|
|Yesterday 07:01 PM|
Welcome New Guy
|Yesterday 01:36 PM|
|Yesterday 12:18 PM|
|Yesterday 11:26 AM|
Welcome new guy
Amsoil apparently doesn't know how to follow instructions..
|Yesterday 10:47 AM|
|klodkrawler05||for you bike racing peeps if you want to test out which bike is fastest for yourself I made a custom track that is as long as possible and totally flat: just go to user created tracks and punch in this code: yujsrj|
|Yesterday 10:40 AM|
So far so good on the summers. I plan on getting the snows at the end of the month. (Waiting on some Steels to show up on my front porch to mount them on)
But as far as the seats go. I got a bad back and the lower bolsters cut into it bad. So functionality needs to be given up for comfort since this is a daily driver.
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