Chevron Delo 400 SDE SAE 15W-40 Gallon Jug at Tractor Supply Co.
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Chevron Delo 400 SDE SAE 15W-40 Gallon Jug

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Delo 400 SDE SAE 15W-40 with ISOSYN Advanced Technology is a mixed fleet engine oil engineered for better oxidation, wear protection and piston deposit control and is recommended for naturally aspirated and turbocharged four-stroke diesel engines and four-stroke gasoline engines in which the API CK-4 or SN service category and SAE 15W-40 viscosity grade are recommended.

  • Delo 400 SDE 15W-40 is backwards compatible with diesel engines in which the API CJ-4, CI-4, CI-4 Plus and CH-4 service categories are recommended

Specification Description
Product Type: Diesel Engine Oil
Width: 6 ft.
Quantity Per Pack: 3
Type: Jug
Brand: Chevron
Size: 1 gal.
Length: 7-13/16 in.
Height: 12-1/8 in.
Manufacturer Part Number 222290388
Chevron Delo 400 SDE SAE 15W-40 Gallon Jug is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great on a Honda Civic My Honda recommends 5w30 to 10w30 depending on climate.. this is 15w40 oil but works very very well in my Honda Civic d16y7 engine with 214,000 miles on it. No motor chatter during initial motor spin up in the morning, compared to 10w30 Chevron Supreme. That is, with the Chev. Supreme 10w30, there was a small amount of motor chatter for about a second during spin up, but with the delo, this is gone. They say that the most wear and tear of your engine is when you start it (with the oil having been drained out of the top of the engine from time) The engine seems to heat up quicker too, which is a good thing. A bit less oil consumption than 10w30. Gas mileage is still very good.
Date published: 2010-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's what I use! I use Chevron Delo in my 97 7.3L PowerStroke. It works great. The jug is easy to pour into a funnel.
Date published: 2010-02-24
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This has lower zinc an phosphorus now... Is this ok for 70s and 80s vintage tractor diesel engines? Or should I just change to a different oil?

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