Thanks to Tom Glenn at Jobber’s World for bringing this item to our attention. Seems Wal-Mart got caught selling gear oil that didn’t meet advertised viscosity levels, a serious problem. The company agreed to pay a civil penalty, but you can bet this will be ammunition for Wal-Mart’s critics.
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