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    Silver Member Foxtrot08's Avatar
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    Default Re: Traveller/TSC oil

    Quote Originally Posted by Soundguy View Post
    warren unilube lists warren oil as it's parent co, and links to warren oil's website.. where you see warren oil and warren unilube listed on the same page. I agree the other one is a different co.

    soundguy
    Yes, warren unilube. They're in NC

    There is Warren Oil in Omaha, as discussed.

    There is another company called Warren Oil / Warren Products. They're out of Chicago.
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    Default Re: Traveller/TSC oil

    So which one is the bottler for Tractor Supply? Same question for Autozone?

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    Default Re: Traveller/TSC oil

    Warren Distribution-Warren Power Products. Here's the website for their Traveller oil page Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Oils.

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    Default Re: Traveller/TSC oil

    All the talk about oils meeting specs...
    I have a question to anyone on here...
    Out of all of the oils produced, marketed, re-branded, re-labeled, ect...
    Has anyone on here ever had an oil related failure to an engine, transmission, hydraulic pump, ect... that was directly due to the oil not doing it's job of lubrication?

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    Default Re: Traveller/TSC oil

    I know their lawn mower oil excedes B&S's classification requirements. They say SJ or higher. Traveller is SM.

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    Default Re: Traveller/TSC oil

    Quote Originally Posted by Turbys_1700 View Post
    All the talk about oils meeting specs...
    I have a question to anyone on here...
    Out of all of the oils produced, marketed, re-branded, re-labeled, ect...
    Has anyone on here ever had an oil related failure to an engine, transmission, hydraulic pump, ect... that was directly due to the oil not doing it's job of lubrication?
    My first skid loader (bought used, 370 hours on it) had it's hydraulic pump fail at 600 hours. Direct result of improper oil, it already did the damage even though I put good oil in it after I got it.
    ~Fox
    Tractors: JD 2305 w/ MMM & 200CX, NH TN60A w/ 32LA loader, NH Boomer 2420, IH 806 Turbo (Restored, 1964), Farmall Super C (Restored(1952), MF 240S,IH Cub low-boy.

    Attachments... too many!

    Equipment - JD 317, CAT 262, JD 50ZTS, Cat 301.5, Cat 910, CAT 416C IT w/ EHOE, IH TD7E, IH T6(Restored w/ BE Blade package, 1948 w/ 1952 blade)

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    Default Re: Traveller/TSC oil

    Do you you think the cause was low quality oil, or use of a completely wrong type of oil?

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    Default Re: Traveller/TSC oil

    Quote Originally Posted by California View Post
    Do you you think the cause was low quality oil, or use of a completely wrong type of oil?
    A little of both. I believed they had in it a bad AW68, which was just too thick for the system, combined that with a low quality of oil and the pump went out. It was when I was helping to build my parent's house. We put it in it AW46, a thinner oil, from Conoco. The hydraulics were weak, but it worked. However, that winter the pump just went out. Which, there is no way a pump should go out after 590/600 hours..
    ~Fox
    Tractors: JD 2305 w/ MMM & 200CX, NH TN60A w/ 32LA loader, NH Boomer 2420, IH 806 Turbo (Restored, 1964), Farmall Super C (Restored(1952), MF 240S,IH Cub low-boy.

    Attachments... too many!

    Equipment - JD 317, CAT 262, JD 50ZTS, Cat 301.5, Cat 910, CAT 416C IT w/ EHOE, IH TD7E, IH T6(Restored w/ BE Blade package, 1948 w/ 1952 blade)

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    Default Re: Traveller/TSC oil

    strange how we almost never hear about a lube failuer when the correct rated oil is used.. no matter brand

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    Default Re: Traveller/TSC oil

    Quote Originally Posted by Soundguy View Post
    strange how we almost never hear about a lube failuer when the correct rated oil is used.. no matter brand
    I hear about it all the time.

    JobbersWorld Online News

    Off spec 10w30 caused a lot of damage...
    ~Fox
    Tractors: JD 2305 w/ MMM & 200CX, NH TN60A w/ 32LA loader, NH Boomer 2420, IH 806 Turbo (Restored, 1964), Farmall Super C (Restored(1952), MF 240S,IH Cub low-boy.

    Attachments... too many!

    Equipment - JD 317, CAT 262, JD 50ZTS, Cat 301.5, Cat 910, CAT 416C IT w/ EHOE, IH TD7E, IH T6(Restored w/ BE Blade package, 1948 w/ 1952 blade)

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