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    Mobil Delvac 15W40
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    SDD Member Smoky's Avatar
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    An autoparts chain has got Delvac 15W40 oil for $12.99 per gallon with Buy one get one free thru this week. My 04 250 SD 6.0 has used MC 15W40. What about this Mobil Delvac oil? How does it compare to other Dino oils like MC and Rotella?

    $6.50 per gallon is a pretty darn good price if the oil is any good??????????
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    I put Delvac 15W-40, just a step behind Delo 15W-40. It's a great dino oil. Many UOA have proven it.

    Our local WM had Gal jugs of Delvac for $6.00 last wk.
    2001 F250 XLT CC 4X4 AUTO SWB 3.73 LS PSD
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    [I]Oil------------->RTS-5w-40 w/HotShot's Secret
    Amsoil--------->Everywhere Else
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    oh come on!!!! I cant get a break. I was just at wally picking up oil and I paid 10.5 fer the motocraft. I saw no sales. Man hes got it in for me
    coolant filter (dieselsite), CCV Mod (home made), 4" MBRP turbo back (dieselsite), turbo temp monitor (ISSPROdieselsite), DIY triple gauge kit (ITPdeisel), "fuel filler mod" (home made), stock 7.3 99.5' 2WD W/ more power than I need. Be green... drink kegged beer! www.micromatic.com you'll thank me
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    They didn't have any big signs or displays... just a small red and white roll back price tag on the shelf. I'm fixing to be on my winter oil change-->5w-40 so I didn't buy any. I kinda figured they were going to quit selling it here, since they started selling VPB 15W-40. I don't know. Our local Atwoods started stocking Mystic 5W-40, so I'm going to switch over to it yr round.

    Smoky: Use Delvac 15W-40 with full confidence. It's a top performer. I'm just going to 5W-40 because my 7.3L starts so much easier with it poured in. Everyone knows the faster that oil gets flowing the less wear occurs. Esp when it below freezing.
    2001 F250 XLT CC 4X4 AUTO SWB 3.73 LS PSD
    Born On Date:{4-01}-{282K miles}.
    "Donaldson's" SD-AIS Intake w/ZooDad
    Fumoto Valve
    DieselSite Trans Filter Kit-{Spin-On}
    DieselSite HP Oil X Line
    DieselSite Coolant Filter
    {Red ELC}-w/RMI-25
    DieselSite 203deg T-Stat w/Billet Housing
    MBRP 4'' Turboback Exhaust
    CCV-Re-Route-Foil Delete
    Bilstein Shoxs!
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    [I]Oil------------->RTS-5w-40 w/HotShot's Secret
    Amsoil--------->Everywhere Else
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    Mobil Delvac
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    I bought another case (4 gallons) today at Oreilly's. There must have beena rush on this Delvac oil as I had to call around the state to find a store that had Delvac. There were a couple of stores that still had some in stock. $6.50 per gallon is not bad. 2 cases now so that more than 2 oil changes. Now if I could find the Motorcraft filters on Buy one get one free that would really cut down the change cost. Oil and filter now $46.00 with this oil sale.
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    I have found the best prices for oil filters at Filter1 Wix heavy duty engine, oil, automotive, truck, and tractor filers. You will have to make up a business name to get into their system. OR Wal Mart.

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    x2 on filter1. Swing in and buy 50 bux worth and they ship it for FREE. I can't find a better deal.
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