In Reply to: Oil tested after 10 years use. posted by Larry Holbrook on December 10, 2018 at 11:31:47:
Fake news with a twist.
10 year old motor oil and the guy is talking about a lawn mower. The pic shows a automobile.
I remember a few years ago, working in an auto repair/sales lot. The owner went to an auction and picked up a car about 3 years of age and 56K miles on the odo.
The oil pan was in the trunk. It was full of oil congealed in place and had would not come out of the oil pan when the oil pan was held upside down. Two, tree minutes later and it's still hanging. No drips. No, you don't need to change oil. It's fun to see when it turns into glop and wipes out your engine.
Save that $30. Spend $30,000 on a new buggy instead.