Question about Brasstech 121-10B Large Basket Strainer, Post Type-Oil Rubbed Bronze
If you don't have the owners manual to refer to for the grade of oil and it is not marked on the dipstick, I would suggest a straight 30 weight oil would be your safest option. Anything thicker or thinner could damage the motor.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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