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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 04-09-2014, 04:32 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Mobil 1 special at Auto Zone

What with spring finally showing up I'm sure there's lots of people doing service on their motorcycles, me included, that would like to save a few dollars if they can. I just found a pretty good deal at Auto Zone!
Mobil 1, synthetic, 20W50, V-Twin oil
If you order it on-line for in-store pick up, they'll give you a $2.00/qt discount.
At my local store it's normally $11.99/qt.

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Cool deal 3 bikes add up thanks


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thanks for the heads up time to stock up
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Thanks! Just ordered two cases for less that $117 total!!


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Awesome, thanks for the posting.

OBTW, this is good on any motorcycle oil.
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Do you use this for all three, or just engine? I have been using the HD SE in all three.
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Thank you OP, I ordered a 6-pack. Now I just need some Shiner Bock
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Just ordered some to pick up on way home
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+1. I need to change the oil now anyway.


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