Well I had to make a visit to the local autozone to see it they had it. They did but every quart had oil on the outside of the bottle. What is with that? It works its way into every crevice even the threads on the bottle it comes in.
quote:Hehe, he's too skinny to be a Canadian skunk, the ones we've got in my area just love to dig through my garbage and have a feast! The one thing about GC is that it doesn't seem to cause more leaks once it's inside the engine though. The small oil leak I've got in my car is no worse off than before, and perhaps even a tad better (I'll know for sure at the end of the interval)
Is that a Canadian Skunk, Pat ?
quote:Does Redline fall into this?? OR does it use a different style ester. Just wondering. CRW [ September 16, 2003, 04:13 AM: Message edited by: Christopher R. Wise ]
Originally posted by MolaKule: TMP (a triester) and most ester oils have this uncanny knack for creeping and spreading if there is any way it can get past a bottle seal. I have a heck of time keeping TMP and other polyolesters from flowing down the sides of containers, once a seal is broken. As I have stated in other threads, esters are their own surfactants. The GC most likely contains complex esters so once a film is established, its gonna try to flow and spread. NEO, Mobil, and Amsoil do the same.