Conoco Triton ECT 5W-40

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picked up some Conoco Triton ECT 5W-40 $26.00/gal to try in my 6.7L powerstroke anyone use this oil?
 

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Triton® ECT Full Synthetic Motor Oil Typical Properties SAE Grade 5W-40 Specific Gravity @ 60°F 0.853 Density, lbs/gal @ 60°F 7.10 Color, ASTM D1500 4.0 Flash Point (COC), °C (°F) 240 (464) Pour Point, °C (°F) -48 (-54) Viscosity, Kinematic cSt @ 40°C 95.0 cSt @ 100°C 15.4 Viscosity Index 172 Cold Cranking Viscosity, cP @ -30°C 6,500 High-Temp/High-Shear Viscosity, cP @ 150°C 4.2 Sulfated Ash, ASTM D874, wt % 1.0 Total Base Number (TBN), ASTM D2896 9.3 Zinc, wt % 0.132
 
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ConocoPhillips lubes are very good, but not worth a nickle more to me than the very good lubes from Chevron, Shell/Pennz, Mobil, and any other top name.
 
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Originally Posted By: Quattro Pete
How much does Rotella T6 cost in Canada?
I've never seen it cheaper than 40 a gallon. Co-op has a 0w-40 hdeo. Imperial oil blends co-op oil so I'm not sure which product would be a cross reference. It advertises a pao formulation right on the label which I found interesting. I can get that for 28 for 5 litres,and the co-op hdeo's basically beat all the majors in price for comparable products. And for whatever reason co-op isn't shy about answering questions in relation to their oil products. The 0w-40 has a pour point of -58 iirc,or lower. Caterham and Garak didn't think it was all that hot however when compared to the competition its a good value.
 
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Originally Posted By: Clevy
Originally Posted By: Quattro Pete
How much does Rotella T6 cost in Canada?
I've never seen it cheaper than 40 a gallon. Co-op has a 0w-40 hdeo. Imperial oil blends co-op oil so I'm not sure which product would be a cross reference. It advertises a pao formulation right on the label which I found interesting. I can get that for 28 for 5 litres,and the co-op hdeo's basically beat all the majors in price for comparable products. And for whatever reason co-op isn't shy about answering questions in relation to their oil products. The 0w-40 has a pour point of -58 iirc,or lower. Caterham and Garak didn't think it was all that hot however when compared to the competition its a good value.
Clevy; do you (or anyone), know if a tech data sheet is available for the coop oil??? I like the 0w-40 oil, just want to know what the calcium, zinc and phosphate levels are.
 
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I have never seen it in my area of the states. But it's on my list of oils to try if RT6 is not available. RT6 is hard to beat at $21/gal everyday at Meijer.
 
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Originally Posted By: TiredTrucker
Better be darn good for that price!
For up here, that's a fantastic price. CONMCK: The data sheet for the Co-op 0w-40 is here. Clevy is right that I'm unimpressed with its VI, but its value is unquestionable, and if it meets the specifications one needs, there's nothing wrong with it at all.
 

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Originally Posted By: CONMCK
Is the Conoco Triton oil sold in Canada????
I got it in Edmonton, ab from Lubricore Distributors 128 ave 58 street
 
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