The local oil company has their own brand of oil they sell, proguard, I find little information about it. Their sales guy has been offering it to me, because it's house brand of course, but whenever I read any data sheets a lot of the areas for testing says "data not available." I don't see that on a big name oil, Chevron, citgo, and so on. Price comparison it is cheaper, but again, I find limited info about it. I am using their ep2 complex grease, I've only greased once with it, so can't speak of wear, it was half or better of the cost of my Chevron ep2. And if I don't like it, I'll give it to the neighbor for fifth wheel grease.
Little price point on the gear oils.
He's quoted me citgo 75w90 at 450.00 for 120lb keg
And 565.00 for a 120 kegnof mystik sx7000 75w90
And I believe Chevron is over 600 for the 75w90
I'll update with the cost of the 75w90 proguard, he didn't have it when I talked to him.
Is it normal for a lot of test data not to be displayed? Also, how do I find additives and other information on oils?
Here is a link to all their house products, Lyden oil is the dealer.http://www.proguardoil.com/proguard/Safety.aspx