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    When I cleaned my dads shed I found several cases of "new" oil that had never been used. My question is, Is this still useable? I have no clue how old they are, but its in plastic cans, not metal. Its possible they've been there several years. Would you use it???????
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    I would it can't break down.I'll bet he didn't pay todays prices either
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    Heck ya I'd use it ! ! It's far better stored in it original container then an oil pan all those years. IMO...
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