Question:

What is the difference between different weights of oil?

Answer:

A motor oil's "weight" refers to it's viscosity, or "thichness". A smaller number indicates that the oil is thinner and flows more freely. A higher number is a thicker oil that is more resistant to flow. Happy motoring!

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