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Originally Posted by cgfitzp
Oil gets dirty and and the additives brake down and you need to change the oil.
An unopened contailer should store the oil until the container fails.
Any moisture which might get into an opened partially filled container which is capped will vaporize to steam and escape to the atmosphere the first time the truck reaches operating temperature. Water condensation commonly occurs in the normal startup shut down cycles while driving.
Originally Posted by Pugsly
the only reason i ask is my amsoil prefered customer expires at the end of december and was going to order a few cases of oil before hand and wondered how long they might last in the case. might not get to the last 6.5 quarts for a year or later.
Originally Posted by Talkinghorse
I realize your decision point has passed, but for others who may have the same question the shelf life of AMSOIL is indefinite. With that said, I would not recommend putting 10 year-old oil in a new engine as the formulations have been updated. However, you will definitely not have a problem using AMSOIL that has been on the shelf for a year.
Next time you need oil, let me know. I can get if for you at the same Dealer/Preferred Customer price, without having you sign up as a member...
Originally Posted by virus
I can vouche for Talkinghorse. He is a very well respected dealer on maxima.org.
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