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Old 02-10-2010, 12:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cenpeco Oil -- Any good?

A mechanic recently told me I should switch to Cenpeco oil. Due to the zinc content and other factors it is much better than most oils out there.

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I use it

I'm a second generation user of this product. Everything on the farm uses it, from the largest tractor or truck to the smallest Briggs & Stration. Never had a oil related problem ever. Its made from a parrifin base stock vs a asphalt base stock that some oils use. Their web site is www.cen-pe-co.com
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Here's another web site Cen-Pe-Co Sales and Products :: Cen-Pe-Co Lubricants
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Cen pe co's zinc content is not substantially more or less then the other guys. That said Cenpeco uses excellent base stocks and produces a fine oiover 70 years oldl...run with confidence.
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Old 02-13-2010, 09:25 PM   #7 (permalink)
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ran it for 8 yrs in my 99 and run it in my 05, great stuff. Their gear lube is very good also.
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Does anyone have any info on their oil? What group basestock, what TBN, pour point temps, etc.? I've been looking for information on this oil for a while and can't come up with anything, they don't even have a published MSDS sheet that I can find. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,

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