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Synthetic Motor Oil, SAE 5W-30,55 Gal.
- Item # 19D167
- Mfr. Model # G2005D
- UNSPSC # 15121501
- Catalog Page # 1286
- Shipping Weight 430.0 lbs.
- Item Motor Oil
- Base Synthetic Oil
- Size 55 gal.
- Container Type Drum
- SAE Grade 5W-30
- ISO Viscosity Grade Not Specified
- Viscosity Index 162.8
- Pour Point -48 Degrees C
- Flash Point 202 Degrees C
- Dropping Point Not Specified
- Specific Gravity 0.849
- Four-Ball Wear Not Specified
- Timken OK Load Not Specified
- Viscosity @ 40C 63.9
- Viscosity @ 100C 11
- Application Gasoline Fueled Automobiles and Light Duty Trucks
- For Use With Automotive Engines
- Standards ILSAC GF-5, API- SN, Ford WSS M2C-945-A/B, Chrysler MS-6395, dexos-1
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is manufactured or supplied by a minority, woman or disadvantaged business.
This item is restricted for international sale.
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