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I think the Walmart oil sold around here is Pennzoil, as this is also the bulk oil most shops here use. Whichever distributor a Walmart store gets oil from probably also handles their store brand. It's definitely not Valvoline as that stuff looks like it has 1500 miles on it already out of the bottle.
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FergusonTO35 wrote:I think the Walmart oil sold around here is Pennzoil
That's a good possibility since both brands are bottled in the gray plastic bottle. Years ago I'd heard it was bottled by Texaco/Havoline and at that time the Super Tech bottles strongly resembled the Havoline bottle.
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