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i have some synthetic moto oil that i have had sealed/unopened for 1 year. Would this oil be fine to use or should I just replace it?
 

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It is totally unsafe to use! Give it to me and I will dispose of it properly.
No...I can tell you are unqualified for such a delicate task...he should give to me...I'll waive my usually processing fee, if he delivers to me in Barrington:D
 

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Since I am an Electrical Engineering major, I am clearly the one qualified to dispose of this oil properly.
 

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Since I am an Electrical Engineering major, I am clearly the one qualified to dispose of this oil properly.
I already have my engineering degree, so just to be safe, I'll dispose of the oil.
 

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i once knew a guy who threw out 10 cases of oil because it had an expiration date on the box. needless to say, i took it all home.
 

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I already have my engineering degree, so just to be safe, I'll dispose of the oil.
you just push papers.

i handle turbine and reciprocating engine oil all day. as the one overseeing the use of this lubricant on such a frequent basis, i really am the one qualified to take care of it.
 

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I'll just take it off your hands.

But you can raise the forks to compensate
 

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Just compensate and buy a liter bike :D
 

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Wow it must be winter time or getting close. Two pages of sarcasm.

On a more serious note, I design machines that move piles of dirt as big as your house, that is obviously the best thing to test your oil in.
 
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