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- Coastal Synthetic Blend 5w30 Engine Oil | 12/1 Qt. Case
Coastal Synthetic Blend 5w30 Engine Oil | 12/1 Qt. Case
Coastal / 1701$0.00
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Coastal Synthetic Blend Motor Oil 5W-30, 12/1 quart case, is a premium-quality, high detergent automotive engine oil. It is a unique blend of synthetic and high viscosity index Group II mineral oils combined with a carefully selected additive package specially formulated to meet the stringent lubrication demands of today’s engines. It provides maximum protection against wear, rust, corrosion, oxidative thickening, acid formation, sludge, and varnish deposits.
This product meets or exceeds the requirements of GM 6094M, WSS-M2C946-A, Chrysler MS-6395 Toyota Specifications, and Honda Service Fill Specifications. All grades meet or exceed API Service Category SN, SM, SL, or SJ and comply with ILSAC GF-5 requirements.
Coastal Synthetic Blend Benefits
- Improved fuel economy
- Increased sludge protection
- Enhanced piston cleanliness
- Increased emission protection
- ILSAC GF-5 Resource Conserving formula
Coastal Synthetic Blend Motor Oils are a product of Warren Oil Company. The Coastal Synthetic Blend 5W-30Motor Oils feature a viscosity index of 165 and a pour point of -38°F.
This product is available in 55 gal. drums and 12/1 quart cases.
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