Schaeffer Old Stock?

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I just purchased a few gallons of 7000. I'm reading the label and it says SJ approved and not SL. What's up with that? Is the label (packaging) that old? I actually saw the rep take them out of cardboard cases that were shipped to him that day, so I'm a bit confused. When did SL come into being? Please help! Thanks!
 

Patman

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I believe SL oil started hitting the shelves sometime in mid to late 2001, so that SJ stock is pretty old. Although I don't believe there is a big difference between the two, I know the Schaeffer SJ stuff is very good.
 
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Uconn How about telephoning Schaeffer Monday and let us all know what they say? Please do not post schaeffers web site link as they are not a site supporter. Thanks. B. Shortly preceding the introduction of API-SL oil, some companies were blending SL oil but using their old SJ containers and labels. Who knows what happened in your case, but there should be a lot number on the packaging you can give Schaeffer to track. Ken [ April 06, 2003, 02:55 PM: Message edited by: BOBISTHEOILGUY ]
 
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If it's a concern I'd suggest doing as Ken suggested. But... I don't believe there is much if any difference between the two as they have always been using superior oil blending long before api specs started requiring it. I personally would run either as it will make no difference in the analysis IMO as I have not seen any difference between either. bob
 

uconn1150

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Ken2: It's a NO go...I purchased 3 gallons, and not the case of gallons. On each gallon there is not LOT or BATCH number... Bob: Thanks for the input. I'm sure it is just old packaging--just found it odd. Besides, from what I've heard here, they concentrate on the insides and not the outsides.
 
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