Gentleman i used to do oil changes for passed on. Wife gave me his MC SB jugs

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Very nice man. I'd been changing the oil in his 2015 F150 for a couple years now since he injured his hip and could no longer do it. He died of complications with his diabetes (not Covid-19 related). His wife is getting rid of the truck and asked if i would take the 6 jugs of Motorcraft 5W30 synthetic blend. I've recently researched some of the truck and Mustang forums plus posted a high mileage F150 Ecoboost and find that this blend has done very well in these turbo'd applications. Anyway, i may use it, may not. But i will miss his dirty jokes. RIP Harold. Of all the gentlemen i did this for, he's the 3rd to pass in two years. Now i have a stash of Magnatec 5W30 and Motorcraft 5W30 that i wasn't expecting.
 
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Originally Posted by Trav
Too bad he didn't leave you the truck. LOL
I felt like H.E.L.L. for thinking that too when she called me over. Lol. He would have had a good laugh too.
 
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I really like you but please don't change my oil grin2
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Of all the gentlemen i did this for, he's the 3rd to pass in two years.
 
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Originally Posted by OilUzer
I really like you but please don't change my oil grin2
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Of all the gentlemen i did this for, he's the 3rd to pass in two years.
LOL LOL
 
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Originally Posted by OilUzer
I really like you but please don't change my oil grin2
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Of all the gentlemen i did this for, he's the 3rd to pass in two years.
Every deceased person is asked this question, early in the afterlife. They are all asked..... "If you had the choice to stay here, or return to your previous life on Earth, which would you choose? Everyone chose to stay right where they were. So the moral to this story is ..... "Please Wemay, change my oil TODAY.
 
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Originally Posted by OilUzer
I really like you but please don't change my oil grin2
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Of all the gentlemen i did this for, he's the 3rd to pass in two years.
Every deceased person is asked this question, early in the afterlife. They are all asked..... "If you had the choice to stay here, or return to your previous life on Earth, which would you choose? Everyone chose to stay right where they were. So the moral to this story is ..... "Please Wemay, change my oil TODAY.
On the next flight, Triple', leave the door open for me. I'll sleep on the couch.
 
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Originally Posted by JeffKeryk
Well done Mr. wemay.
Very well stated. ^^^^^^^^^^^^ Complications from diabetes typically entails an infection that just cannot heal and ultimately becomes systemic in nature. . Or direct effects severe hyperglycemia or severe hypoglycemia... When I was in the hospital nothing got my attention faster than someone with a blood glucose levels less than 40.... Lowest I saw was 32.
 
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Originally Posted by OilUzer
I really like you but please don't change my oil grin2
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Of all the gentlemen i did this for, he's the 3rd to pass in two years.
I was thinking the same thing. RIP Harold.
 
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