I know lower weights (5W or even 0W) are good for cold weather climates because they are thinner. Heavier weights are thicker and better when pulling heavy loads. as far as synthetic oils or brands of oil. I have no preference; however some mechanics, I know use synthetic, more expensive but better in the long term for the life of your engine.
You can use any kind of 10w-40 oil for a nighthawk
Most use Synthetic Oil.
They use the oil God gave them in their oil glands.
What are you substituting the oil with? What kind of recipe? You couldn't use butter for the oil in salad dressing. Sometimes it does matter what kind of shortening you use.
You don't use oil, you use grease
what kind of oil i use for my cerato 2012
any lamp oil.
fully synthetic oil
A flavourless cooking oil.
open the hood and look at the oil cap, and it says right there what kind of oil it uses
You can use just about any oil (wd-40, vegetable oil, Baby oil, olive oil, etc.)
The best kind of oil to use for a Ford E-150 would be Champion Blue Flame. For older engines a good oil to use is the Delo 15w40.
well it depends, if its a 2stroke then any 2stroke oil. if its a fourstroke u don't use oil. but any kind of oil over 6bucks for a little jug is good
you can use lucas fourstroke oil
Use any major brand 5W20 oil.
sewing machine oil will do or 3 in 1 oil
got a new grizzly 700 yamaha but not sure wat oil to use, what kinda oil does it use
special 2-stroke oil.