SAE 30 is the same as 10w30

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Re: Briggs Stratton Vanguard

of fendt 718_08 »Tue Jul 19, 2011 19:14

movetosweden wrote: And why that?



Air-cooled engines run hotter than car engines. The use of non-synthetic multigrade oils (10W-30 etc.) in ambient temperatures above 4 ° C leads to high oil consumption. If multigrade oil is used, the oil level must be checked more frequently to avoid engine damage due to insufficient lubrication

What else should SAE 30 be used for because now I only need 10W-40, etc.
movetosweden wrote:
I would disagree with that
especially in summer SAE30 and in winter 5W-30



So the tecumseh motor of my snow blower is also 15W40 (for Scandinavian conditions 10W40)

because that's also below 4 ° C and because you also use the multigrade oil
Using SAE 30 oil below 4 ° C will cause a difficult start and possible engine damage from insufficient lubrication
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Re: Briggs Stratton Vanguard

of Djup-i-sverige »Tue Jul 19, 2011 19:33

A 10W30 oil has the same viscosity when hot as an SAE 30 (this indicates the number 30) but is thinner when cold.
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motor%C3%B6l

Multigrade oils can bridge the viscosity classes of two or more single-grade oils. In contrast to single-grade oils, they are therefore suitable for combined summer and winter operation.

When naming multigrade oils, the lowest viscosity (low temperature viscosity) is always mentioned first and then the highest viscosity (high temperature viscosity) after a hyphen (which should be understood as "to", but is usually not pronounced) ). Examples:



Why is SAE 30 offered? Well, if I look at the price for the alternating dose of a lawnmower, and then what it costs in a 200l barrel, I know why.
If I fill in a 10W40 it has a lot more temperature resistance than an SAE30. (And after a cold start it is already thinner and more lubricious)
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Re: Briggs Stratton Vanguard

of fendt 718_08 »Tue Jul 19, 2011 19:51

Hm

what should I put in the lawnmower now
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Re: Briggs Stratton Vanguard

of Djup-i-sverige »Tue Jul 19, 2011 20:02

I've been taking 10W40 for a long time, why?
Because these are mostly semi-synthetic oils and so oil sludge is really not a problem.
15W40 can also be used.
I've also never heard of dealers who repair these things that they fill in SAE30.
(But for end users, such an oil change kit from the manufacturer is good for peace of mind)
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Re: Briggs Stratton Vanguard

of amwald 51 »Tue Jul 19, 2011 20:24

servus mitanand
JonnySchorsch wrote:Today the 6.5 HP Chinabomber arrived at my place. ... In addition, we had actually ordered the engine in black, it was delivered in yellow. But I don't think that's too bad.

... if he were to be black, he would have to come from africa. generally refers to schiiieeena the synonym yellow (e danger)
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Re: Briggs Stratton Vanguard

of JonnySchorsch »Tue Jul 19, 2011 21:29

Wow, the subject of oil is more complicated than I would have thought.
So now simply put it: Does the motor die when I pour in 15W-40?
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Re: Briggs Stratton Vanguard

of amwald 51 »Tue Jul 19, 2011 21:50

servus mitanand
JonnySchorsch wrote:Wow, the subject of oil is more complicated than I would have thought.
So now simply put it: Does the motor die when I pour 15W-40 in?

... if he dies, then in winter operation >>> because the oil pump could be overwhelmed by the cold 15-40 oil.
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Re: Briggs Stratton Vanguard

of JonnySchorsch »Tue Jul 19, 2011 10:44 pm

And you mean a 6.5 HP cheap engine has an oil pump?
Or can problems arise there too?
Actually, I don't need the tractor at all in winter ...
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Re: Briggs Stratton Vanguard

of JonnySchorsch »Wed Jul 20, 2011 18:33

I would believe the instructions
and do you have a picture?


Yeah, here are some.
Unfortunately, I still had to push the tractor out by hand because I am still waiting for my belt pulley, which my extremely reliable dealer has somehow planned again.
The hood is actually exactly adapted to the 10 vertical motor, now it looks a bit crooked.
In the next few weeks I'll get down to dismantling the tractor and painting it completely. When I get the chance, I might brush over the cover plate and the petrol tank again.
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Re: Briggs Stratton Vanguard

of JonnySchorsch »Wed Jul 20, 2011 18:40

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