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Briggs & Stratton SAE30 Lawn Mower Oil, 18 OZ

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Proven To Meet The Demands Of Today's 4-Cycle Engines
Specially formulated for higher temperature of air-cooled engines
A high quality detergent oil classified SJ/CD by the API

Specially Formulated For 4-Cycle Engines
Warm weather formula for use between 40F and 100F
Use for lawn mowers, tractors and zero turns
Works great in all types of outdoor power equipment
18 oz size is ideal for walk behind mowers

No Mixing Required
Pour directly into oil fill tube on your 4-cycle engine
Do NOT mix with gasoline or pour into gas tank
Do NOT use with any type of 2-cycle power equipment

  Model Number:100005
 ManufacturerBriggs & Stratton
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Q: Is this 10W30 Oil?
by Anonymous on April 01, 2011

A: No, this is SAE30 which is very different then 10W30 oil. Using the correct oil is very important. The bearings in the engine are designed with very tight clearances that require a specific weight of oil running through them.
The numbers on your oil indicates the oil's thickness. For example, SAE 30 weight oil is heavier than SAE 20 weight oil. The W (10W30) indicates a multi-weight oil, where the "W" indicates WINTER use. SAE 30 weight oil acts like a 30 weight oil at all temperatures. So when it gets really cold that 30 weight oil gets really thick. It will no longer flow through the tiny clearances your engine requires. An oil rated 10w30 will behave differently when it is cold. When the temperature of 10w30 drops it acts like a 10 weight oil. That way it will still be fluid enough to flow where it needs to flow. Once the engine(and oil) warms up to temp then it will act like a 30 weight oil.

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