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post #51 of 56 Old 09-18-2018, 09:29 AM
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It's crazy that is a "sale" price. Walmart by me usually has it for about 21.99 all the time. Think they would offer more of a sale price lol. I know they usually charge higher, so to them that is a good price.
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Yeah, I know what you mean. It's reg 19.95 at my (Puyallup, WA) wally world.
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i know im bringing up an old post.... you guys really changing oil every 5k???
im running 10w30 amsoil and changing every 10k... with motorcraft filter..
im also strongly considering the amsoil remote bypass kit.
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Cheap insurance to do it every 5k imo. I always changed my diesel trucks oil at around 5k.

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i know im bringing up an old post.... you guys really changing oil every 5k???
im running 10w30 amsoil and changing every 10k... with motorcraft filter..
im also strongly considering the amsoil remote bypass kit.
5k is overkill. I start to think about it when the indicator tells me to change it. That is around the 7000-8000 mile mark every time. UOA has always come back well in the green zone.
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post #56 of 56 Old 06-06-2019, 04:23 AM
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Stock trucks need to be changed based upon the owner's desire with consideration to the soot from the emissions.

Deleted peeps have more options with the oil intervals since it's should be "cleaner" since the emissions will not be "adding" soot to the oil.



Adding on a bypass filter to a stock truck is a super great idea. To a deleted truck....well it may help but I would not expect a super duper change to oil analysis.


All factors considered: Adding ALL the costs towards an oil change......5k oil changes will be cheaper in the long run. Do the math.


3 bottles of OEM 10w30 will be about $60, add the filter @$20= $80 (give or take) every 5k. OR go by the truck system.


Adding in the costs of oil reports, filter systems, etc etc etc...You better hope you can go more than 10k intervals.



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