quote:Why Havoline? Just curious......
Originally posted by The Oil Expert: If price is a concerne go with the motorcraft. If your changing every 3-4,000 miles you really won't see a difference in these 2 products. I would use Havoline 10w30 year round in your Dodge Durango. If it goes below 10F in your area then use Havoline 5w30.
quote:Just because it's not raved about does not mean it won't hold it's own . Look at the driving conditions and TBN at the end of the 3k interval . It is still quite high for a dino . No moly either http://theoildrop.server101.com/cgi/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=3;t=000105
Originally posted by CardGuy: I was thinking of doing a similar switch. I posted a question and it came up that the 5w30 motorcraft is not raved about like the 5w-20 which seems to be part synthetic. If you are not using 20wt I would stick to the Penz.
quote:Which is which? Havoline is the only one I see named.
Originally posted by Motorbike: Since the topic poster lives where these oils are available how does these four different anti-wear chemistries of low cost 30wts " under 1.40 a quart " compare ? Just curious what the general thoughts are . Moly 108 Boron 185 Calcium 1913 Magnesium 9 Phos 1036 Zinc 1148 Boron 178 Moly 84 Magnesium 275 Calcium 1773 Barium 5 Phos 1258 Zinc 1371 Phosphorus 2217 Zinc 1893 Magnesium 467 Calcium 4517 Boron 4 Magnesium 387 Calcium 2609 Phos 1590 Zinc 1632 Havoline 10w-30 Moly 43 Boron ? Calcium 1658 Magnesium 24 Zinc 822 Phos 654
quote:Were it true that phosphorus ruins the catalytic converter, your mother in law's converter ought to be blown right out with 2217 of phosphorus. But I bet it's working just fine.
Originally posted by Motorbike: I put it in my mother in laws car a year ago