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Old 07-15-2012, 07:51 AM   #1
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Testing motor oil

I came across an article in my FARM SHOW magazine about a low cost device for testing motor oil. It is a new product that to be available in August. The website is Lubricheck - The digital 'blood tester' for your car
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Old 07-17-2012, 12:14 PM   #2
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For those that may want to read further, this product has been discussed here, and if it is in fact the Oilyzer renamed, there is a lengthy review of it here.
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Interesting but the review says it's not usable on diesels due to the high soot levels in the oil.
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why worry about that? Change your filters with good grade filters and change oil at proper interval and turn that worry into enjoyment time!
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why worry about that? Change your filters with good grade filters and change oil at proper interval and turn that worry into enjoyment time!
Works for me.
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