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The best all around weight for this engine is 10W30W any major brand, i prefer Valvoline

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Depending on the climent you live in, for myself in the midwest anything i have that has over a 100.000 miles gets 10w40. To me the more miles the looser the engine gets the ticker the oil should be. But you can use a 10w30, but i would not go any lower than that.

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