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Ok guys,
I have read and read, and I can not find an answer for my specific question, so please excuse me if this has already been addressed:

I have a 1995 F-150 4X2 I6. It has 75,000 miles on the body and frame, and to make a long story short, roughly 20,000 miles on the newly rebuilt engine. The first 6,000 miles or so, I used Dino oil in the truck, and then switched her over to Amsoil Synthetic, but I never did the flushing that Amsoil advises, as I didn't know about it until recently. I was big on Amsoil, as it is what I put in my motorcycles, but I have since gotten rid of them, and plan on switching over to Mobile 1 Synthetic, as I don't like the idea anymore of having to order my oil online.

Anyways, I was thinking about "flushing" my oil using Seafoam, per their instructions before switching over to Mobile 1.

1) Is Seafoam safe to use in Synthetic oils?
2) Should I or should I not do this? Would it be a waste of time?

Thanks for any and all help guys!
 

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I use it for oil changes, put in a 1/3 can run it for 100 miles then change oil and filter. I can't see where it would hurt flushing out synthetic......?

See what everyone else thinks, general consensus!

Good Luck ~ :thumbup
 

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