Suppose I did things right. Not jacked up no choke
step on starter 1/2 turn thats all. 10-40 Napa oil.
As my luck has it those adjustable lifters just came in 3 months late. Oh well, saved For the next one.
Next oil change try 5w-30. When it hits 20, Liz will like it even better.
Hey Bud what about synthetics some say yes or no or
some say it dont matter. some say use cheap stuff.
just want it to have a "cat treat" bottom line, I
think nothing will hurt these things compared to
what they had back then. I do know when a kid
it was smokin Studebakers even at only 40,000 miles
burnt valves all the time in the shop. Now a days
thats all gone. The no oil pressure Plymouths.
Knockin babbit pounder Chevys thing of the past now
with better oils. Even in my life when a teen, a 100 miles in a T with out roadside "de shimming" was the normal. Now a days thats a thing of the past or maybe we were the stupid ones thinking
50 or 60 wt oil was better. Remembering one guy useing 90wt gear oil? That was the thinking back then. All these years I too was wrong. 5w 30 winter and maybe 20-40 summer. I just want to be
good to it, an it'll be good to me thats all.
Don't want to get into a big oil discussion since its been beat to death on the forum.
Suggest you check out this most recent discussion in case you missed it:
Some good stuff in there!
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