Champion Racing 4057 Heavy Duty Brake Fluid, DOT 3, 12/11 Ounce
DOT 3 Brake Fluid Type
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Champion DOT 3 Brake Fluid is a premium, high-boiling, glycol-based brake fluid for use in disk, drum, and ABS braking systems. Exceeds the specifications of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard no 116 and SAE J1703 for DOT 3 brake fluid.
- Excellent thermal and chemical stability
- Provides corrosion and oxidation resistance
- Protects and conditions elastomer seals
- High-boiling formula prevents vapor-lock
- Excellent lubricity and cold-flow properties
- Sold as case of (12) 11 Ounce Bottles
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