quote:THIS AZ IS ALL MINE ! ALL MINE! YOU HEAR ME ! Sorry but I took the last qt...manager seems to think they only get two cases at a time and wasn't sure when the next shipment was coming. Rt 10...**** , ran out of computer ink.
Originally posted by crashz:quote:Where did you find it? I looked for it at 3 different Autozones on Sunday, only to find the American 0w-30.
Originally posted by Meat: Woo Hoo ! Found a case of GC at my local Autozone, $49.90 I'll run the M1 for 5,000 then make the switch.
quote:I agree with Patman. However, last thread I stated this on, you'd a thunk I said something distasteful about someone's wife/mother. And I'll soon have some data to hopefully lend credence to this theory. [ May 06, 2004, 10:19 PM: Message edited by: 427Z06 ]
Originally posted by Patman: If you drive your car hard you definitely don't want the 0w20 in there. This oil will work well for normal driving, but spirited driving and you'll need something a little thicker like Amsoil 5w30, Redline 5w30, Schaeffer 5w30 or GC 0w30. Any of those four oils would show you better results than the 0w20 under hard driving. Be sure to get a higher flowing oil filter too (in other words don't use a Mobil 1 or PureONE filter)
quote:Thats wonderful and all....but I'm looking for it in.... Maryland Virginia Washington, DC I'll also settle for any local Amsoil dealers with some 0w-30 series 2000 .
Originally posted by 2x: In MA, you can find GC at the Autozone in Woburn & Danvers. The one in Woburn has a TON of it. Saw it today when I got some fuel system treatment.