It takes 4 quarts to make a gallon. A math teacher i had once taught me "The big G". 4 quarts in a gallon, two pints in a quart, and two cups in a pint. Hope this helps!

Any item on the following list is equal to one gallon. Take your choice: -- 4 quarts -- 3 quarts and 2 pints -- 2 quarts and 4 pints -- 1 quart and 6 pints -- 8 pints

One gallon of space is the same as four (4) quarts of space. It has nothing to do with the containers around the space, or the substance in the containers.

There are 4 quarts in a gallon, so 8.5 gallons x 4 (quarts/gallon) = 34 quarts. (Take note how the terms "gallons" cancel each other out, one numerator and one denominator, which leaves you with just quarts. This is a useful to know when doing conversions)

I did my oil change yesterday and did one gallon which equals = 5 quarts. And my dip stick claims it was Max. And one time i took it to a oil change place and they used 5 quarts. So 5 quarts would be my best bet. Most cars take 5-6.

It takes almost exactly a gallon. Just did my oil change on a 2006 Kawasaki Vulcan Classic 900. It was just over a gallon, but a gallon worth was good enough.

4 quarts = 1 gallon, so 128 gallons is 512 quarts, so dividing 4 ounces by 512 gives you 0.0078125 ounces per quart. This is between 3 and 4 drops per quart, or 1/8 teaspoon per gallon.