COMP Cams 102 Engine Assembly Lube, 4 oz. Tube
Engine Assembly Lube from COMP Cams is used by professional engine builders throughout the country for its superior lubricating properties and its ability to adhere to the engine parts until the engine is started. This lubricant is also ideal for the ball-socket area of Magnum Rocker Arms and stock rockers. COMP Cams Engine Assembly Lube has a white lithium base and is easily removed with soap and water.
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