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post #51 of 56 Old 11-08-2009, 02:56 PM
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So whats the difference between mobil 1 "turbo diesel truck" oil and mobil delvac 1?
The formula is the same.

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Don't count out Mobil 1 which I feel performs about the same as Valvoline for my motor. Glad to hear you like your new oil keep us posted as the miles rack up on this change.
Will do. My plan is to drive this for 5k and run a Blackstone report. Last time I ran one, I was on Rotella for about the same mileage and it wasn't that favorable. So I'm real curious to see what they say about the Extreme Blue.

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So there wont be any problems switching to synthetic with 220k on the truck?

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So there wont be any problems switching to synthetic with 220k on the truck?
No there shouldn't be, as long as you don't have any pre-existing oil leaks. You will definately notice a difference with the Mobil 1 TDT or Valvoline Premium Extreme...both are 5w40 syn oils and perform about the same...Mobil 1 tends to be a lil more expensive...


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I've never found the PBE as cheap as the TDT. TDT is around $22/gallon, NAPA is the only source for PBE at $25-28/gallon.

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I've never found the PBE as cheap as the TDT. TDT is around $22/gallon, NAPA is the only source for PBE at $25-28/gallon.
the pbe was on sale a month or so ago for $17.99 at napa you just have to find a real napa store not one of there franchise
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