Brad Penn 5w-30

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Feb 28, 2003
Bradford, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Okay. for those of you who remember the thread about Pennsylvania Crude Oil - I dumped 5 quarts of BradPenn 5w-30 in my GF's SUV today. I was gonna full it up, run it, drain it out, and fill it up again to flush out all of the old Penzoil, but wasn't thinking when I went ot the store and only bought 6 quarts.

Anyway this stuff sounds like it may be a decent oil:


What caught my eye (in the product bulletin) was the pour point of -45F and the Visc@100C of 11.3. For all of the GC fans around here - if you look, the MSDS's for the PENN-GRADE 1™ RACING OILS note the color as "green"

I'll also be sending in a VOA in the next week or so - and the UOA (4,000 miles) should be up around Chistmas - she drives alot.

[ November 18, 2003, 10:21 PM: Message edited by: medic ]
This was the refinery where Kendall was produced. The Kendall name was sold about 7-10 years ago leaving a refinery with no product - BradPenn was born (rumored to be the same formula as the old Kendall line of oils).

Originally posted by Rick in PA:
Where did you get the Brad Penn?

5w-30, 10w-30, and 15w-40 are available at local hardware stores, locally owned automotive stores, and gas stations (more expensive), in south-western New York. Going price for 5w-30 is $1.49/qt. If you looked at the page that I linked the first post to, it sounds like a good oil for that price.
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