Let's play name that oil

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Is he even doing it right? I thought the bottle opening was supposed to be on the high side of the bottle to let air in and keep the "glugs" out. There's even a molded handle to help him, and it's on the wrong side. I'd have also made him remove all that foil lest some wind up in the motor and clog a passage. That turqoise thing by the guy's finger looks like "SAE 40" and the donut, while illegible, looks like a monograde oil. That sailor has the BITOG studious face down pat though. [Patriot]
 

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Originally posted by eljefino: Is he even doing it right? I thought the bottle opening was supposed to be on the high side of the bottle to let air in and keep the "glugs" out. There's even a molded handle to help him, and it's on the wrong side. I'd have also made him remove all that foil lest some wind up in the motor and clog a passage. That turqoise thing by the guy's finger looks like "SAE 40" and the donut, while illegible, looks like a monograde oil. That sailor has the BITOG studious face down pat though. [Patriot]
You know, sometimes I prefer to pour funny shaped bottles (M1 typically) 'upside down' Somehow it gives me a bit more control, or at least I think it does. Allows me to get a slower pour, and more control with a full bottle when the opening is far from the bottle mouth. JMH
 
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