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Bulk Oil Buying... Transfer pumps for Crankcase oil


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I'm able to buy the original CI-4 oil without any CJ-4 oil additives or lack of them for my 2 older diesels:thumbup2: :hyper:However, I don't like standing on a ladder holding a 5 gallon bucket over my engine with a giant funnel. It won't work. :doh:So what oil transfer pumps you guys got or use? Or better yet, what are some of the tricks you guys do with bulk containers?TIA

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Thanks everyone.... it made a mess for a short while till tilted up higher. Hate that :banghead:.Oh boy did my 12 valve ever thank me tonight for that non CJ OIL. Sounds lots smoother.I paid 68 bucks for each 5 gallon bucket at TARR OIL in Portland, Oregon.I'm going for a pump of some sort to make it easy. However, I did find rubber hose about the right size to screw onto the threads that the cap screws to, just like a gas can spout, didn't leak after that.Thanks for the tip for a transfer pump.Dripley, that oil's so good I put it in my wifes car after I'm done with it:lmao:

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I have one like this and a few like these at work that have worked flawlessly, bought them at both oreillys and tractor supply. -Jordan-
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