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5W-30 Snowblower Specific Oil

For those of you who have a Menards in your location, they have a snowblower specific motor oil on blowout.


I didn't grab any while I was there yesterday, but for $1.79 a quart a guy can't really go wrong. It has 4T in the name, which is usually for motorcycle oils that have higher levels of Zinc and Phosphorous. And if it's anything like Accel's other oils it will have a bit of Moly and a good helping of Boron, which are both good things.
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I am happy with Mobil1 full Synthetic, but for those with older engine's I'd say that's one heck of a good price.

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We use Accel's oil in all the air compressors at work and I use it at home. See no problem with the oil or the price.
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that would make a great break in oil
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