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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-21-2013, 04:26 PM Thread Starter
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Mobil 1 0W-40 Oil at walmart

Just letting you guys know that you can get a 5 quart container of Mobil 1 0W-40 synthetic oil for $25 at walmart. Only $5 a quart.

It seems that Walmart is not carrying Mobil 1 anymore? It is not on their website.
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Thanks for the heads up about that!

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Mobil 1 alive and well at Walmart
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Just letting you guys know that you can get a 5 quart container of Mobil 1 0W-40 synthetic oil for $25 at walmart. Only $5 a quart.

It seems that Walmart is not carrying Mobil 1 anymore? It is not on their website.
Don't know about that - I see it on their website OK. They would lose a bunch of customers that have GM vehicles and use them for their oil changes.

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Just letting you guys know that you can get a 5 quart container of Mobil 1 0W-40 synthetic oil for $25 at walmart. Only $5 a quart.

It seems that Walmart is not carrying Mobil 1 anymore? It is not on their website.
Don't know about that - I see it on their website OK. They would lose a bunch of customers that have GM vehicles and use them for their oil changes.
I also see it on their website now.

It's weird because a couple weeks ago it wasn't on their website.
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Wal-Mart must have negotiated a few more cents out of their products gross margin!!

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I was just there on Friday and they have the 0W40 Mobil 1 (5 quarts) for about $25. $5 a quart is a great price.
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I'm a Master Tech and I do not believe in that synthetic bullshit, any 10w-40 is fine in Polaris engines
Oil today is so much better than 20+ years ago, no need for it
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I'm a Master Tech and I do not believe in that synthetic bullshit, any 10w-40 is fine in Polaris engines
Oil today is so much better than 20+ years ago, no need for it
I agree with Xploder, the key is changing your oil and filter before the oil has to many hours on it.

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Why use 0-40 is it always -30 where you live. The wider the spread between the winter number vs summer number cost you lubricity. I would think what you would want is 5-40 or 10-40. I hate using oil with a spread of more than 30. Like everything else it's a trade off you get a more constant viscosity but at the cost of lubricty. Unless you drive in real cold weather I would question the "0".
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