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post #1 of 21 Old 04-15-2013, 01:56 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone need an oil change?

Might check out Napa if you run t6. Might be regional, but i just picked up 4 gallons at 19.99 a gal and shells website is giving another 5 buck rebate per gallon (i think it's a 2 gallon Max?) Either way i think its a good price.

Fyi shelf price still says 28.99 a gal. Online or when they Ring it up comes up 19.99

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I just picked up a 5 gallon bucket of t6 for 60 bucks plus tax at Walmart. It wasn't even on sale



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I just picked up a 5 gallon bucket of t6 for 60 bucks plus tax at Walmart. It wasn't even on sale
Was it sitting outback? Lol. Damn that's a great deal

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you make that trip to ga from ok yet vandy?

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you make that trip to ga from ok yet vandy?
No not yet. Was this month but the wife got a new job so that's out. Ill be there one day lol

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Me too lol, but glad she got a job, that's always good to have some good income

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Ok, novice question. I here you talk about T6 oil. my sig truck is running motorcraft, i am certain. PO took it to ford for everything. I am getting ready to do my first change and i landed Valvoline premium blue heavy duty diesel oil for 11.99/gal. If this good oil for my girl? I know nothing about oil except it i messing and a b^t%h to dispose of. LOL

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The parts houses dispose it for free, and I've always had ford do my oil changes

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Nothing wrong with Ford oil changes don't get me wrong. I can go it for 80 and they get 120 in my neck of the woods. Oil dumping is ok,, except the last three times i was forced to take it to the main yard since the parts house is full. Guess i am not the only self oiler.
I would rather keep my truck ford but can't afford it.

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Yeah the do a 3 for $163 special on diesel, 3 for $65 on gas, it may take 3 hours but I still save 50 per change

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