Mobil 1 Question

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Hello, I've read on the board that mixing different weights of M1 is no problem, but what about mixing Tri-Syn and Super-Syn? I have a left over quart of 0W30 Tri-Syn that I thinking of using with 10W30 SS this winter.
 
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reemore, [Welcome!] That should not be a problem...the TriSyn formulation didn't work out well, but if you are going to mix it into a predominantly Supersyn batch and just run it for the winter...I don't see any problem. [ August 25, 2003, 10:50 AM: Message edited by: pscholte ]
 
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First off the new Mobil One SS, SL rated is backwards compatible with the TS, Mobil One SJ rated. So even if you had a strict requirement for the SL rating, short term it will not make a difference. By your post I am guessing you have requirement for the older SJ rating, so NO PROBLEM at all.
 
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