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Old 04-28-2007, 12:16 AM   #1
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I know Mobil gets raved reviews on here but what about Exxon oil (of course those who may not know Exxon and Mobil merged forming one company years ago). Is the only difference the botlles?
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It'* oil. It doesn't matter in our engines, other than how often you change it.

3k for dino juice.
5k for synthetic.

Use a good filter.
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I don't even think we get Exxon bottles up here in MN......I've never seen them.
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