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Old 08-07-2015, 01:13 AM   #15
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I use the Rotella 15w40 in my Onan 5500 watt gas generator with no issues at all.
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I use the Rotella 15w40 in my Onan 5500 watt gas generator with no issues at all.
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Same here. I change it same time as the Cummins. Although, I'm in the middle of 96 hrs straight use, running 3 AC's, in 103 degrees, for the 2nd time this summer. I may need to change it sooner.
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Same here. I change it same time as the Cummins. Although, I'm in the middle of 96 hrs straight use, running 3 AC's, in 103 degrees, for the 2nd time this summer. I may need to change it sooner.
Correction. I use Rotella 15W40 in my Onan Diesel 10K. I missed the reference to 5500W
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