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PEAK 5W40 Heavy Duty Engine Oil #4168290
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Does anyone know much about this oil?
http://images.peakauto.com/PEAK_5W40_CJ4_spec_sheet_no%20back_lores.pdf

Who actually makes this oil? Valvoline, maybe?

Thanks!


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Re: PEAK 5W40 Heavy Duty Engine Oil [Re: pb379] #4168293
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Warren according to trademark.


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Re: PEAK 5W40 Heavy Duty Engine Oil [Re: pb379] #4168294
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Awesome. Thanks!

So, good oil then?


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Yes very good


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Re: PEAK 5W40 Heavy Duty Engine Oil [Re: pb379] #4168560
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Dont guess it is either good or not but run VOA..
So we can know the additives level..


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Originally Posted By: nyumski
Dont guess it is either good or not but run VOA..
So we can know the additives level..


Who is qualified to determine the future performance of an oil based on a Blackstone type VOA?


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Re: PEAK 5W40 Heavy Duty Engine Oil [Re: pb379] #4168865
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I'm just asking "in general terms" is this oil a decent oil to use. Is it comparable to Valvoline, Rotella or DELO.


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If it carries the CJ-4 spec then its good, its that simple.


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Originally Posted By: roadrunner1
If it carries the CJ-4 spec then its good, its that simple.


No, it isn't that simple smile


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Yes it is. Unless you have testing facilities and methods that surpass the API equipment and testing methods it is as simple as that.
A CJ4 oil is just as good as any other CJ4 oil unless documented tests results prove otherwise comparing two oils under the same exact testing methods. Any claim otherwise means nothng more the old snake oil.

You asked abut Peak oil, a certified CJ4 oil, there is no proving another CJ4 oil twice at its cost is any better, other then fancy marketing.

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Alarmguy,
+1 thumbsup

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Re: PEAK 5W40 Heavy Duty Engine Oil [Re: pb379] #4169476
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Originally Posted By: pb379
I'm just asking "in general terms" is this oil a decent oil to use. Is it comparable to Valvoline, Rotella or DELO.



Yes, it is comparable. Warren oil bottles for many companies/brands.


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Re: PEAK 5W40 Heavy Duty Engine Oil [Re: alarmguy] #4169492
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Originally Posted By: alarmguy
Yes it is. Unless you have testing facilities and methods that surpass the API equipment and testing methods it is as simple as that.
A CJ4 oil is just as good as any other CJ4 oil unless documented tests results prove otherwise comparing two oils under the same exact testing methods. Any claim otherwise means nothng more the old snake oil.

You asked abut Peak oil, a certified CJ4 oil, there is no proving another CJ4 oil twice at its cost is any better, other then fancy marketing.


Look, I'm just poking fun. If it were that simple we wouldn't have BITOG. grin

My truck's book says the oil must be fully synthetic, 5W40, meet FCA MS-10902 and CJ-4 or ACEA E9/E7 or ACEA A3/B4.

So, not just ANY CJ-4 oil will suffice.


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Re: PEAK 5W40 Heavy Duty Engine Oil [Re: alarmguy] #4169520
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Originally Posted By: alarmguy
You asked abut Peak oil, a certified CJ4 oil, there is no proving another CJ4 oil twice at its cost is any better, other then fancy marketing.

Generally speaking, in a vanilla application, yes. But, what builder approvals or ACEA specifications does it meet? An E7, E9 CJ-4 lube tends to have a starting TBN higher by 30 or 40%.


Plain, simple Garak.

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