Posted by TheOldHokie on November 28, 2012 at 18:33:13 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: Thanks all! posted by Dell (WA) on November 28, 2012 at 10:22:18:
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All those expensive high powered BMW's and Mercedes whizzing around the Autobahn with a factory fill of SAE 0W-40 are really going to be expensive to fix when their engines seize up. Not to mention all those NASCAR engines.
When are you going to get your head out of your rump Dell? SAE xxW-40 is always a heavier oil that than any SAE xxW- 30 or even a mono-grade SAE 30 oil - period. It is in fact heavier than what Ford originally recommended. You can read and understand a simple graph right? Here are the actual scientifically measured viscosity curves for SAE 10W-30 and SAE 0W-40. SAE 0W-40 will not harm an N in the slightest (although I can't say the same for the owner's wallet). In fact in really cold weather it will start easier and lubricate better. My advice to you Paul is to ignore Dell's oil blather - he doesn't have a clue.
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