You really can't without having the oil analyzed. More expense than it's worth. Unless the oil is so fresh that it isn't dirty looking yet, change it and the oil filter right now. If the oil is THAT fresh, all nice and clear colored, suspect that the seller had some reason for changing the oil just before he let you look at the car.
well you need to tell us what motor is in the f 150,but for the most common is 5w-20 premium synthetic blend motor oil
Some store-bought cotton balls are made 100% from plants, while others are synthetic. Read the fine print on the package label to tell them apart.
birch should be lighter.
You cannot tell by looking at the oil. Owners manual will tell you. You can use synthetic even if it came with conventional. But if the manufacture recommends synthetic then by all means use it.
you tell me
by the dispacement
You would have to actually look at the car the engine came out of or trust the salvage yard to tell you the true mileage.
You can usually tell when your engine starts to sound really loud when you drive it. I recently had to replace the motor mount on 2 of my cars its a relatively easy fix just depends on where its located
because natural emeralds are harder than a synthetic emareld
Not seeing a picture of the motor or the motor, I can tell you that this week I bought a 1958 5.5 hp and one in the early 50s also a 5.5 hp one I got for $45.00 the other for $65.00 But I would say the value of a motor like this is in the eyes of the collector
Need a detailed description of all markings, barrel length, sights, condition, accessories
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