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Driven Racing Oil 03807 HR5 Conventional 10W40 Motor Oil, 12 Quarts
Driven Racing Oil 03807 HR5 Conventional 10W40 Motor Oil, 12 Quarts

Driven Racing Oil 03807 HR5 Conventional 10W40 Motor Oil, 12 Quarts

Conventional Oil Type, 10W40 Oil Weight, ZDDP Enhanced, 12 quarts Liquid Measurement

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Driven Racing Oil 03807 HR5 Conventional 10W40 Motor Oil, 12 Quarts
Driven Racing Oil 03807 HR5 Conventional 10W40 Motor Oil, 12 Quarts
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Oil Type:
Conventional
Oil Weight:
10W40
ZDDP Enhanced:
Yes
Liquid Measurement:
12 quarts
MFG. Part #:
03807
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Well suited for a variety of hot rods and vintage vehicles and is appropriate to use in any engine that calls for a 10W-40 grade motor oil. Features storage protection additives that guard against rust and corrosion during winter storage.

  • 10W-40
  • No ZDDP or additives required
  • Sold as a box of 12 quarts

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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