GF-4 Based Oil vs. GF-3 - What is the difference?

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John Horner wrote:


Oh stop it. The same thing (Have and Have Nots) exists in EVERY country in the world.

Why do you care, John?
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Even in egalitarian workers paradises like Cuba and People's Republic of China!
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Ray O wrote:

Hey ... in Cuba the "elite" can have have a DeSoto or a Volga instead of sandals!
Here's something interesting. Scroll down the left side colum to cars/bikes in Cuba. Also, look at the cars in China section!
http://www.autosoviet.altervista.org/main-english.htm
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The cars in the Chinese section all look like old American, Japanese, and European sheet metal. It makes the stuff destined for Mexico seem futuristic! With the retro look becoming popular, a disposable retro car might be a big hit!
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Ray O wrote:

Ain't that the truth!
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<tegger scans x-posted groups to make sure there are no Chrysler ones!>
We already have one of those. It's called a "PT Cruiser". 8-)
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you forgot about the plymoth prowler witch was before the cruiser ;)

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Yup, PT Cruiser, Prowler, Mini are retro-looking but are not meant to be disposable. A really cheap car could be used for a year until the owner tires of it and recycled ;-)
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John Horner wrote:

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One example would be Castrol Syntec 0W-30 (AKA "German Castrol") with a host of German carmakers approvals. It met SAE 0W-30 and API SL/CF, but not the EC standard. Its typical viscosity at 100 deg C the spec sheet was 12.1 cSt - almost at the top of the 30 range.
In the US market, Pennzoil is actually marketing two different 5W-30 oils in its "Platinum" synthetic oil range. They have the Platinum 5W-30 which meets API SM and EC, and Platinum 5W-30 Euro which doesn't meet EC.
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