Is Walmart's ATF Better Than GM's? Let's find out!

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Rusty Nail

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This is pretty interesting. I'm sold on the winner now, it SLAYED. No contest.
Good enough for my truck!
For the record I have always used Valvoline brand ATF - too bad it wasn't tested. Not sure I want to know lol!

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This is pretty interesting. I'm sold on the winner now, it SLAYED. No contest.
Good enough for my truck!
For the record I have always used Valvoline brand ATF - too bad it wasn't tested. Not sure I want to know lol!

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Well.....duh. lol. He needs to back off the Red Bull though.
 

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Valvoline Dex/Merc for me (Walmart for $18/GAL) because I don't want to use Dexron IV in mine. Dex/Merc supposed to be the same as Dexron III. Dexron IV is thinner.

[edit] Also the fluid in my trans is Dexron III.....I'm not gonna start mixing stuff if I can help it.
 

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