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Found something new at WM #4807697
07/07/18 01:31 PM
07/07/18 01:31 PM
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The land of USA-made Subies!
SubieRubyRoo Online happy OP
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Came across this yesterday. I forgot to take a pic of the back label but just wanted to share. It's not at my local WM, but one I visited. Wonder who makes it? It's obviously pretty salty at nearly $10/qt!

Re: Found something new at WM [Re: SubieRubyRoo] #4807722
07/07/18 02:05 PM
07/07/18 02:05 PM
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MI
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Interesting. The SDS shows that it is made by a blender called Lubrication Technologies in Golden Valley Minnesota. Exmark mowers markets a premium 30w/10w30 synthetic oil that I was told 7 years ago is also made by Lubrication Technologies. Amsoil also markets a 10w/10w30 small engine oil.

The VP Youtube commercial is worth watching: grin


I gave the Exmark oil a try at my workplace out of curiosity. Here is a UOA that I thought it had sheared a bit more than it should have: https://www.bobistheoilguy.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/2832742/Re:_Exmark_Premium_Oil,_30w-10

Re: Found something new at WM [Re: SubieRubyRoo] #4807794
07/07/18 04:12 PM
07/07/18 04:12 PM
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Mississippi
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I started to try this but the Poulan Pro was next to it for a similar price and I had used it before. Thanks for the post.


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Re: Found something new at WM [Re: SubieRubyRoo] #4807840
07/07/18 05:16 PM
07/07/18 05:16 PM
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Middlesex County CT
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I hope their video QA people don't work in the mfg area; They spelled "quicker" incorrectly @ :40.


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Re: Found something new at WM [Re: SubieRubyRoo] #4807846
07/07/18 05:23 PM
07/07/18 05:23 PM
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Mississippi
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"Quciker" start up is important because most damage occurs at start up.


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'11 Impala 5w 30 Magnatec full synthetic
'12 Colorado 5w 30 Magnatec full synthetic
*regular Wix oil filters for all
Re: Found something new at WM [Re: doitmyself] #4807889
07/07/18 06:52 PM
07/07/18 06:52 PM
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Wishin' I was in Wi
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Lube Tech is right down the road from me. They blend for a variety of companies.


Originally Posted By: doitmyself
Interesting. The SDS shows that it is made by a blender called Lubrication Technologies in Golden Valley Minnesota. Exmark mowers markets a premium 30w/10w30 synthetic oil that I was told 7 years ago is also made by Lubrication Technologies. Amsoil also markets a 10w/10w30 small engine oil.

The VP Youtube commercial is worth watching: grin


I gave the Exmark oil a try at my workplace out of curiosity. Here is a UOA that I thought it had sheared a bit more than it should have: https://www.bobistheoilguy.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/2832742/Re:_Exmark_Premium_Oil,_30w-10

Re: Found something new at WM [Re: SubieRubyRoo] #4808779
07/09/18 03:56 AM
07/09/18 03:56 AM
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N.Ohio
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Not worth the money at only 18 ounces. The claims are sales gimmicks. I would go with a name brand synthetic if you want a synthetic, you will get more at a lesser price.

Last edited by Lubener; 07/09/18 03:58 AM.

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Re: Found something new at WM [Re: Lubener] #4808797
07/09/18 05:35 AM
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North Carolina
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Most small engines will last long beyond the steel they are mounted to with an occasional, or none what so ever oil change. What could this possibly do?

Most small engines are made in China these days and you can get a replacement for around a hundred bucks. How much are you spending on oil?

Re: Found something new at WM [Re: OilFilters] #4809013
07/09/18 10:29 AM
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Storrs, Connecticut
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Originally Posted By: OilFilters
Most small engines will last long beyond the steel they are mounted to with an occasional, or none what so ever oil change. What could this possibly do?

Most small engines are made in China these days and you can get a replacement for around a hundred bucks. How much are you spending on oil?


Exactly. Keeping the oil full on small engines is the most important thing. Brand is not really important.

I built a Predator 212cc for a friend's go-kart. It has no governor, different cam, lighter flywheel, billet rod, valves, carb, etc. It revs around 6,000 RPM, which is almost twice the stock rated RPM. His son hammers that kart, and it runs perfect on whatever cheap HDEO they can find.


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Re: Found something new at WM [Re: SubieRubyRoo] #4811609
07/11/18 05:51 PM
07/11/18 05:51 PM
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Central Pennsylvania
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I believe LT blends the oil for Polaris, Victory, Indian brands. I've used the Victory oil with good results (analysis).


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Re: Found something new at WM [Re: SubieRubyRoo] #4811616
07/11/18 05:58 PM
07/11/18 05:58 PM
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Southwestern Ontario
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A seasonal oil change with the cheapest dino oil in the recommended viscosity is really all your OPE will ever need.


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Re: Found something new at WM [Re: TheLawnRanger] #4811620
07/11/18 06:11 PM
07/11/18 06:11 PM
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Idaho
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Originally Posted By: TheLawnRanger
"Quciker" start up is important because most damage occurs at start up.
What damage is that?


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Re: Found something new at WM [Re: SubieRubyRoo] #4811877
07/11/18 11:25 PM
07/11/18 11:25 PM
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Posts: 1,366
The land of USA-made Subies!
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Wow... some of you guys need a Xanax or three. I wasn't pushing this, or claiming it's the greatest thing ever, or... I was just sharing what I found. WM is not exactly known for straying from the safe, high-volume path, and I thought it was at least interesting that they are carrying it. I'm not buying it for mine, so... relax smile

Re: Found something new at WM [Re: CT8] #4811884
07/11/18 11:37 PM
07/11/18 11:37 PM
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Mississippi
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Originally Posted By: CT8
[quote=TheLawnRanger]"Quciker" start up is important because most damage occurs at start up.
What damage is that? [/quote
Damage to the video editors reputation I guess for not doing a spellcheck.


'99 Cavalier 5w 30 SuperTech conventional
'11 Impala 5w 30 Magnatec full synthetic
'12 Colorado 5w 30 Magnatec full synthetic
*regular Wix oil filters for all
Re: Found something new at WM [Re: SubieRubyRoo] #4812461
07/12/18 04:59 PM
07/12/18 04:59 PM
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Originally Posted By: SubieRubyRoo
Wow... some of you guys need a Xanax or three. I wasn't pushing this, or claiming it's the greatest thing ever, or... I was just sharing what I found. WM is not exactly known for straying from the safe, high-volume path, and I thought it was at least interesting that they are carrying it. I'm not buying it for mine, so... relax smile


That's what I was thinking but it is common on this sight.


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