NAPA 15W40 oils

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Can someone tell me what the difference is between these 3 NAP 15W40 oils: NAPA Universal Fleet Plus - SAE 15W40 - 1 Gal Part Number: NOL 75122 NAPA Universal Fleet Plus - SAE 15W40 - 1 Gal Part Number: NOL 792606 NAPA Universal Fleet Plus - SAE 15W40 - 1 Gal Part Number: NOL 799240 The pictures of the bottles all look the same, yet the prices are different on the napa website ... http://www.napaonline.com/Catalog/Result.aspx?Ntt%3dnapa%2b15w40%2bgal%26Ntk%3dKeyword%26Nty%3d1%26Dn%3d0%26D%3dnapa%2b15w40%2bgal%26Dk%3d1%26Dp%3d3%26N%3d0 Thanks.
 
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Napa has different part numbers for some of their oils depending on your location. In the upper Midwest, we use the 75122 part number. The normal everyday price is $14.99 but the 75122 is currently on sale for $10.99. 75122 is the Valvoline sourced product, the other two are from our suppliers. Dave
 
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Originally Posted By: 1969eliminator
Can someone tell me what the difference is between these 3 NAP 15W40 oils: NAPA Universal Fleet Plus - SAE 15W40 - 1 Gal Part Number: NOL 75122 NAPA Universal Fleet Plus - SAE 15W40 - 1 Gal Part Number: NOL 792606 NAPA Universal Fleet Plus - SAE 15W40 - 1 Gal Part Number: NOL 799240 The pictures of the bottles all look the same, yet the prices are different on the napa website ... http://www.napaonline.com/Catalog/Result.aspx?Ntt%3dnapa%2b15w40%2bgal%26Ntk%3dKeyword%26Nty%3d1%26Dn%3d0%26D%3dnapa%2b15w40%2bgal%26Dk%3d1%26Dp%3d3%26N%3d0 Thanks.
I am in the process of switching over to this NAPA fleet oil, its good stuff and affordable if you catch it on sale. One of the shops I worked in used this oil and it does a great job even if neglected. Engines were clean inside and no abnormal wear upon tear down.
 
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dania bch, fl USA
We are using this oil in our Dodge ram 3500's with the 5.9 gas engine. The one I drive weighs 13,500 lbs, and gets the [censored] run out of it. Not any issues at all with the trucks being 2002, and many well over 150,000 miles. Also use this oil in the Miller big 40 welder on the truck.
 
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This is a bit OT, but I was talking to the kid who delivers propane to the house a few weeks ago. He is take over the family business and has a fleet of a few trucks. One runs off of just propane which is pretty cool, (it doesn't run out of gas, but looses fuel pressure.. Lol) but the diesel he had at the time was propane injected. He said he uses Napa 15w40 and changes it every 15k. Next time he is out, Ill ask him what kind of mileage his trucks have. Any decently aged service truck would be up there IMO.
 
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