Which Motor Oil Weight Should I Use?

Answer On One Hand: Use Manufacturer's RecommendationAlways use the motor oil weight recommended in your owner's manual. The viscosity grade (for example 10W 30) is the weight or thickness of the oil. The... Read More »

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How to Choose the Right Weight of Motor Oil?

Oil selection involves a number of considerations, including how much you drive your car and what kind of climate you live in. These factors determine the proper engine oil to choose. Being educate... Read More »

How to Understand Motor Oil Weight?

While some people change their vehicle's motor oil themselves to save money, they may not fully understand the oil's SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) ratings. Oil weight is a measurement of th... Read More »

What is the weight of a Yamaha 60 hp outboard motor?

As of 2010, Yamaha offers three 60-horsepower outboard motors. In Yamaha's four-stroke mid-range line, a 60-horsepower motor weighs 237 lbs. In the four-stroke jet drive line, the weight is 268 lbs... Read More »

What weight motor oil should be used in an inboard boat engine?

A lightweight engine oil, such as SAE-10, is suggested for inboard marine engines. This oil also goes by the names fogging oil and Marvel Mystery Oil. It can be found at any boating supply store.So... Read More »