Can green & gold GC be mixed?

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Just scored a dozen GC quarts. (6) are green (M02 & M04 numbers) & (6) are gold (M05 numbers). All are GC none are AC as confirmed by the labling. Can the GC gold be used w/ the green or shoud I keep them separate? Thank-you.
 
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I would use what you can seperately but wouldn't hesitate to mix them if your 6 / 6 didn't work out to even oil changes. I am running 5 quarts of the gold with 2 quarts of the green. I have about 3000 miles on the oil. My car runs great with GC. Now if I can find some German made Goodyear tires my BMW will be very excited!
 

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Originally posted by shanneba: Now, if I can find some German made Goodyear tires my BMW will be very excited!
That's funny! Thanks all for the responses.
 
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I have Goodyear GSA tires made in Germany from the factory on it now. I heard the F1s were made in Germnay and have been loooking at those online. Off to fridge for an bratwurst and Lowenbrau!
 
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Dunno about your allegiances, but if you mix green with gold you get the Green Bay Packers. A guy from Ohio might want to be careful with that, [Wink]
 

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Originally posted by bretfraz: Dunno about your allegiances, but if you mix green with gold you get the Green Bay Packers. A guy from Ohio might want to be careful with that, [Wink]
No...No, it's the black & gold (Steelers) that are a problem here. More recently, the purple color of the Ravens, a fitting name for a team that snuck off during the night. The Packers are always welcome in Ohio.
 
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