Why Choosing API SN Plus is Critically Important

 

The American Petroleum Institute’s (API’s) SN Plus supplement went into effect May 1.

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Understanding the MB 229.71 Specification

 

The MB 229.71 specification represents one of the first in a new generation of advanced low viscosity SAE 0W-20 lubricants.

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Why Choosing API SN Plus Is Critically Important

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Understanding the MB 229.71 Specification

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