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    Default Disposing of used hydraulic oil

    Bought a kubota M7040, and want to change both hydraulic filters and fluid.

    I normally take my used oil to OReilly, and they will accept hydraulic oil, but their reporting process allows only 5 gallon at a time.

    SO....I got a full 5 gallon of used motor oil that I need to take now. AND, I'll have 12 gallons of hydraulic oil in a few days. How to get rid of it, given these ridiculous bureaucratic used oil controls?

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    Default Re: Disposing of used hydraulic oil

    try autozone.
    Murph

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    Tractor Supply here will take 10 gallons a day.

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    Default Re: Disposing of used hydraulic oil

    Buy youself a Tiki Torch or an old Highway flare and burn it.

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    Default Re: Disposing of used hydraulic oil

    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1244 View Post
    try autozone.
    They take 2 gallon at a pop.....worse than OReilly.

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    Default Re: Disposing of used hydraulic oil

    Wish you were in southern Oklahoma. I have a waste oil burning heater and no limits!

    Griff

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    Default Re: Disposing of used hydraulic oil

    Quote Originally Posted by Cecil Stults View Post
    Buy youself a Tiki Torch or an old Highway flare and burn it.
    At their burn rate....I'd be refilling it 2-3 times a day......unless I had a king size torch of some kind.

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    Default Re: Disposing of used hydraulic oil

    Quote Originally Posted by griff01 View Post
    Wish you were in southern Oklahoma. I have a waste oil burning heater and no limits!

    Griff
    HA...the best solution yet. How about moving to southern Illinois?

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    Default Re: Disposing of used hydraulic oil

    Around here AZ, Advanced, and O'Riley's are less than a mile apart and if I had to, I could split it up between them. Fortunately, they've never limited me!

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    Default Re: Disposing of used hydraulic oil

    Quote Originally Posted by griff01 View Post
    Wish you were in southern Oklahoma. I have a waste oil burning heater and no limits!

    Griff
    That's where mine goes. There are two 55 gal barrels at the town recycle shed to dump it in, or just pour it back in the containers it came in and set them next to the barrels. The waste oil furnace owners love it.

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