10w 30 pennzoil here and a napa gold or wix filter. I also heard that wix makes napa's filters.
Yes, they do. Iuse the NAPA Gold (WIX) filter.
ďThis isnít the Old West, because the New West has never arrived. Itís just the West, like Wyatt Earp died yesterday.Ē ─ Michael Martin Murphey talking about the Eastern Sierra during an interview in 1996.
BOOOOOO to no poll, but I use 10-30 dino, 76k on my jeep and the engine is running strong with regular pil changes and norm dino oil. I run the jeep in the bitter cold northeast, as well as hot hunid summers and conventional oil has not wronged me.
Originally Posted by lumpster
he made it clear when he said he was. He didnt ask for a photo ID of you did he.
People need to be a little more trusting, Its not like we are on a convict and rapist forum.
Originally Posted by mrblaine
Upon further reflection I've decided I've had enough of this BS and you are now on my ignore list.
06 Red Wrangler X 6 speed hard top
Ford 8.8 Detroit locked, 4 inches of lift, 33 inch BFG KM2's and some other stuff.
i use castrol gtx high mileage. 10W 30 in the summer and 5w 30 in the winter
2000 XJ sport 4.5 inch Rough Country Series X lift Cooper Discover M+S 31X10.5 15x8 uniques Dana 30 front Chrysler 8.25 rear Stock gears
Colorado jeep club member #1992
I also use the Rotella 10-30w with a Bosch filter. I don't know what the previous owner had in there but the oil psi went back to normal (little over 40) and it stopped blanking out at 0 when slowing down and making turns. (?)
Regular ol' Valvoline 10w-30 in the summer, 5w-30 in the winter. The 4.0l is a 40 year old tractor engine. Keep something in it, change it on a regular basis, and you're not going to have an engine oil related failure. I've personally seen a 4.0 go through hell, ie no oil on the dipstick. Filled it back up and ran fine for many many more miles.
was daveg13 - can't log in as that user now???