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Mobil 1 synthetic oil 50% off

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Good deal but the Kirkland brand is still a better deal
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too bad the small ones aren't on sale I need 15w50 and they never have it in the big jugs
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DealCanuck wrote: Good deal but the Kirkland brand is still a better deal
Is it usually in the warehouse or only online?
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Can you mixed different brand engine oil? Castrol, Mobil 1, Kirkland? or do you need to stick with one brand?
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I don't know why people are selling new oil but I've had good luck on kijiji whenever I needed a single jug. Don't have to deal with rebates and tax free. Especially now since few are actually changing oil.
Uh, yeah, I'd like to speak to a Mr. Tabooger, first name Ollie.
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Nov 25, 2011
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So people don't ask the same questions over and over. You can use synthetic or conventional and switch back and forth. You can take your own oil and filter to a mechanic if you like. Use your owners manual to find what weight of oil you need "5w-20, 10w-30, 0-20" Etc. Synthetic oil can be used for longer than conventional. But its best to follow owners manual.
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How often do these 50% sales happen on motor oil at canadiantire approx?
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jvrizzle wrote: Is it usually in the warehouse or only online?
YMMV on the warehouse but it’s definitely available online
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DealCanuck wrote: Good deal but the Kirkland brand is still a better deal
If your car is out of warranty, totally. If that's something that matters to you though...
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chris5555 wrote: If your car is out of warranty, totally. If that's something that matters to you though...
Myth, it doesn’t matter as long as it meets specs

Btw there is only a handful of engine oil makers, this one is made by the same company that makes many OEM oils

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Wasn't this $22 or 23 a couple years back? I still have tons of oil stocked up.

Question, how many years does unopened oil last?
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DealCanuck wrote: Myth, it doesn’t matter as long as it meets specs

Btw there is only a handful of engine oil makers, this one is made by the same company that makes many OEM oils

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I don't see it on the list of VW spec oils: https://www.carworklog.com/stuff/Oilchart.pdf

And it isn't on others either. I'm not disagreeing with it being fine oil, possibly the exact same formulation as some approved oils (Some of the CT oils are relabeled Pennzoil and go so far as to show that they're made with Shell technology.)

I'm warning people to do their due diligence and consider that this is possibly warranty voiding - Not worth saving $10 on a brand new car.
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Bought some 0W16 for my wife's Rav4, first time I have seen it on sale. Usually just the popular weights
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fakejordan wrote: Can you mixed different brand engine oil? Castrol, Mobil 1, Kirkland? or do you need to stick with one brand?
You could but not the greatest idea.
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dicecube wrote: Wasn't this $22 or 23 a couple years back? I still have tons of oil stocked up.

Question, how many years does unopened oil last?
Lots of debate on Bob is the Oil Guy site. But anywhere from 3 - 5 years. If you have large of a supply then I'm impressed!
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ellisd wrote: How often do these 50% sales happen on motor oil at canadiantire approx?
At least twice a month, different brands every time, all of them will get cycled around at least once every 3 month, sot you can guarantee that mobil1 will get a 50% at least once every 3 month
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