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DMI BULLDOG1 High Performance Gear Oil, 75-90W
DMI BULLDOG1 High Performance Gear Oil, 75-90W

DMI BULLDOG1 High Performance Gear Oil, 75-90W

Oval Track Cars, 75W90 Oil Weight, Is Synthetic, 1 Gallons Gear Lube Volume

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DMI BULLDOG1 High Performance Gear Oil, 75-90W
DMI BULLDOG1 High Performance Gear Oil, 75-90W
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Oil Weight:
75W90
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Gear Lube Volume:
1 Gallons

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BullDog Blood 75-90w Synthetic Racing Gear Oil is track tested to meet the high demands placed on today’s ring and pinions. BullDog Blood is a proprietary formula that features extreme pressure additives that aid in the prevention of micro-pitting and excessive wear. BullDog Blood’s non-foaming formula lowers operating temperature and is the only choice when it comes to high performance gear oil. The special additives in BullDog Blood treat the metal and dramatically increases gear life.

  • 75-90W Racing Gear Oil
  • Non-foaming formula
  • Special additives to increase gear life
  • Sold in 1 gallon
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