Switching between synthetic and regular oil

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Yeah. Well, they must have heard about the McDonalds "coffee" suit. :^)
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Oh that's hilarious.
If your car fell off the lift, got stolen, left the shop without an oil filter or pan bolt, filled the crankcase with canned milk instead of oil, or if any of a dozen other things happened to destroy the car or the engine, they'd totally deny responsibility.
But swap synth for dino and suddenly they claim they'd be responsible for something?!?!
hee hee
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Well, the difference is they would lose "deniability" if they agreed to switch the oil. On the other hand, I could have filled the crankcase with canned milk myself! Latte anyone? <g>
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Well - that explains a great deal.
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If this site is to be believed, http://www.carbibles.com/engineoil_bible.html (search for "Mixing Mineral and Synthetic oils"), switching between mineral and non-pure synthetic oils is no longer thought to cause damage to the engine.
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