OMG, I think you've milked this oil discussion for all it's worth.
So put it in your Cowasaki and report back how it shifts. Be forwarned if the dealer finds it in there it probably will void your warranty.
😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 Very clever 👍
Cheese’s, I didn’t think of that. I think it’s good to run things pasteurise a second time sometimes, rather than Skim over things, so we don’t end up with a Sour taste in our mouths.
😄 Yes, and I’m worried they are both male Cows RC.Sweaty, I'm not sure what to make of your milk. The Cows are only so/so and there are two of them. I prefer milk from one specific cow. I think. Plus, I think you are in America. Australian milk will pour the wrong direction if used in America, so I'm told.
I notice the oil doesnt say "energy conserving" on it. Over here, you would have a difficult time finding a 10/40 oil that doesnt say that on it. We have them, but I dont know of anything that would say "Motorcycle /Automotive approved" in such an upfront way. Especially true if you wanted a 10/40 oil.
Wal Mart is where it's at, here, for low cost oil. That's pretty much true for any brand or weight. Yesterday, mine had the automobile Mobil 1 synthetic, all weights, at 22.49. The high mile and long life were a dollar or two more for the 5 qt jugs. An auto supply place would be closer to 30.
No need to worry as I am reliably informed that there is no such thing as a "male cow".😄 Yes, and I’m worried they are both male Cows RC.
The automotive stores have the market over here. Supercheap auto is one of the largest retailers & is constantly having sales/promos etc, which has kept the market competitive. So between SCA & Repco you can pick up any type of oil you like at a reasonable price.