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|10-17-2019 03:00 PM|
Back to the PDD Oil.
Full circle and congratulations!
|10-17-2019 01:57 PM|
You guys are right, it's the CI-4 that's really most ideal for aftertreatment-free trucks.
However, wear metal generation got much worse going from CJ-4 to CK-4 than it did from CI-4 to CJ-4.
|10-17-2019 10:37 AM|
|98whitelightnin||CI-4 was the stuff we used previous to 2007 when all the emission stuff hit big time. CJ-4 was designed for emissions, which we donít have. Iím by no means any kind of expert on oil.|
|10-17-2019 09:43 AM|
Originally Posted by 98whitelightnin View Post
|10-17-2019 12:17 AM|
|98whitelightnin||Iím gonna give some of that fancy CI-4 stuff from @dauntless89 place of employment a try next change.|
|10-16-2019 10:51 PM|
Originally Posted by Fire god View Post
Nobody in the 12v boards needs CK-4. In fact, they would do well to stay away from it.
Emissions-compliant 4th Gens are what need it.
|10-16-2019 09:47 PM|
Originally Posted by Destroked 450 View Post
All of our trucks held out fine when ulsd came out. Mostly dt466/dt530s and 8.3 cummins. Couple weird issues here in there with the p pumps but not really.
We bought some newer internationals with maxxforces and they go through injectors and pumps like crazy.
|10-16-2019 09:19 PM|
|Fire god||Until you're the .2|
|10-14-2019 07:07 PM|
|GAmes||For 99.8% of Cummins owners, CJ-4 is just fine.|
|10-14-2019 07:06 PM|
|dauntless89||It's much better than CK-4...|
|10-14-2019 06:14 PM|
|dohyde34||So I work at a place where I get free mobil 1 full synthetic 5-40 cj-4 oil. Is the cj-4 fine to use in our trucks?|
|10-07-2019 07:21 AM|
My '91.5z is sometimes accompanied by the smell of burning brimstone...
This may be a remedy?
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