Recent content by beanoil

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    Cheryl's New She Shed

    Yeah, it's she-she-er for sure.
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    I did it! Put Straight HD30 in the PSD...

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted by racin4ds</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted by beanoil</div><div class="ubbcode-body">The Delvac has nearly identical specs to Delo SD, a 15w30. OP...
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    Many thanks for the C&P Sir. I am using a Federated right now on my 6.7 , along with a Racor LFS-801 bypass. Looks like I got lucky and made the best choice out of the 3. Hastings LF651 are currently on RockAuto at 10.73 . The Fed's I bought were less than 5. I've got a couple left. I also like...
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    I did it! Put Straight HD30 in the PSD...

    The Delvac has nearly identical specs to Delo SD, a 15w30. OP, you just did your 6.0h no a favor, IMO, and in 5k you may even want to do it again.
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    Is the car hobby/enthusiast a dying breed?

    A resounding NO. Now the pursuit of speed, efficiency and ultimate victory is fought with data and computer interfaces instead of a box full of Snap-On. And that goes for full on race teams as well as the garage guy.
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    My new rig - 1987 Ford Econoline 27' Glendale RV

    15w40 and whatever FL-1A size filter you choose. It wont care. I tried an oversize filter (FL299) on my Sis-in-Law's that is similar to yours, but there was a hard line for the trans cooler in the way. YMMV. Check the tires, campers usually get replacements from age, not miles. The inner rears...
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    ST6607 on Honda CR-V 2.4L

    Use them up. The 7317 is the longer version, same threads and gasket size. If you cut it open, you may be surprised to find the same thimble sized element in the 7317 as the 6607 in some brand lines. If you have room, the 7317 is your choice next time. IMO, if you are going the Fram line, opt...
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    Panasonic Cockpit Radio

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted by aquariuscsm</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted by dishdude</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Now I want to try listening to Rock Me Amadeus recorded on a...
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    20w50 for ATV

    Nearly any 20w50 would work. You won't find an energy conserving label on any of them. Valvoline MC oil comes to mind first. Check AZ or Advance. If you can find Valvoline white bottle, or Castrol 20w50 (still at some WM), that would be fine as well. NAPA always has their house 20w50 in stock.
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    Recommend a rear diff oil 80w90

    Schaeffer. <a href="" target="_blank">The Good Stuff</a>
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    Small Foam Issue..

    TR flight 802, cloud cover today extremely low. Use caution taxiing to runway 22R, and have a safe flight..... Yep, someone may be looking for a new job.
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    Unusual buildings in the U.S.A.

    Shell Building in STL. Yes, that Shell... Plans are to refurb to a high end hotel. <a href="" target="_blank">Hotel</a> I'll pass on being the person that leans...
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    Post your latest oil change

    15 Malibu EcoTec, 90,000 miles. Sister in law's daily driver. Out?? Had a CarQuest white can on it in service for 5k according to sticker. Pennzoil Euro AV 5w30 and AC Delco UPF64R in and on. An 8.00 oil change done and I bet it will be just fine for another 5k.
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    Any HVAC guys out there

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted by gman2304</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted by JMJNet</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Trane.</div></div> My 4 ton Trane was installed in 1994 and has...
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    2007 F-150 5.4L oil; question

    I agree on xw30 weight, even 0w40. I see you are in TX, I think a 10w30 would do well. I tried M1 15w50 once in mine, not a failed experiment, but you could really feel that a 50 was too much.