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05 Oct 2020 21:02 #1 by Morris Pearson
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Finally got thru to previous owner and he had been using Phillips XC 20W50 so I will keep using it as well.

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01 Oct 2020 15:20 #2 by Henry Pasquet
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When I put new cylinders on my engine, ECI mandated Phillips 20w50 for break in and continued use. It is like 20 when cold and 50 when hot. I have had perfect results for years and do not have to warm up a long time in cold weather.

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29 Sep 2020 18:45 #3 by Morris Pearson
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Reading the C85 manual they call for SAE 40 when the temp is 40 or better and SAE 20 below 40. I can find SAE 40 single weight but am striking out on anything below SAE 40. All the multi weight oils seem to be 15W50 or 20W50. So---- what oil are you using when the temps go below 40?

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