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  • SYN-PACK 100%

    SYNTHETIC 0W-40

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    WOLF'S HEAD Syn-Pack Full-Synthetic 0W-40 Motor Oil is the latest additions to our more-than-a-century-old (1879) line of quality engine oils and lubricants.  They are 21st Century oils for tough 21st Century work – working overtime to protect your expensive and prized engine with our exclusive WOLF'S HEAD “Run with the Pack” technology! Syn-Pack Synthetic Oils offer the ultimate in engine protection for both gasoline and diesel engines. Formulated with state-of-the-art additives and 100% synthetic base stocks, WOLF'S HEAD Syn-Pack Full-Synthetic 0W-40 Motor Oil has been carefully developed to meet the most current API Service Classification.  All WOLF'S HEAD Syn-Pack Full-Synthetic Motor Oils are formulated to meet or exceed all new car manufacturers' warranty requirements as well as stringent industry standards such as API SM/CF, ILSAC GF-4 and ACEA A1/B1, A5/B5*. These oils are also formulated to exceed the standard for the Thermal Engine Oil Stability Test (TEOST MHT) and the Ford M2C 930-A, which supersedes M2C153-H requirements. The special low-phosphorous level design ensures that these superior oils are environmentally friendly and will help to extend the life of the expensive catalytic converters. These high-performance full-synthetic oils offer the ultimate in engine protection; especially for engines operating in the most extreme driving and operating conditions and in the worst ambient operating temperatures from the extreme arctic cold to the searing desert heat.

     

    The new WOLF'S HEAD Syn-Pack Full-Synthetic 0W-40 Motor Oil more than exceed the stringent lubricating performance requirements of American, European, Korean, Japanese and other worldwide engine manufacturers.

     

    *ACEA A5/B5:  0W-40 is the preferred SAE Grade for ACEA A5/B5

     

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