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Default Greetings! I would just like to ask if can we mix SHELL TELLUS S2 M68 and MOBIL DTE 26 in hydraulic system?

Can shell tellus s2 m 68 be mix in mobil dte 26?

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Default Greetings! I would just like to ask if can we mix SHELL TELLUS S2 M 68 and MOBIL DTE 26 in hydraulic system?

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Can shell tellus s2 m 68 be mix in mobil dte 26?


Probably not, because these two oils are from different series made by
different manufacturers.


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