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Author Topic: High Mileage vs Full Synthetic  (Read 5084 times)
« on: December 28, 2015, 02:54:37 PM »

So on my car with over 200k miles, I'm aware that high mileage oil has to do mostly with gaskets. It's got a higher swell rate and gasket conditioning to prevent leaks and such.
So if you were to replace all such gaskets, would that give benefit back to full synthetic? Wouldn't high mileage then just degrade the gaskets faster by making them swell more than they should? Is there another benefit to high mileage that I'm missing?
I've done some Googleing but could not find the answer. My head gasket and another need replacing, so I figured why not everything else [I'm not poor, okay] while I'm at it, and then I can go back to full synth.
Any advice will be appreciated. Not a motorhead, so I'll be honest in saying I don't know what I'm talking about.
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