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Driven Racing Oil 70041 Carb Defender Fuel Additive, 8 oz.
Driven Racing Oil 70041 Carb Defender Fuel Additive, 8 oz.

Driven Racing Oil 70041 Carb Defender Fuel Additive, 8 oz.

Karting, Micro Sprint, Midget, Mini Sprint, Quarter Midget, Sprint Car

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Driven Racing Oil 70041 Carb Defender Fuel Additive, 8 oz.
Driven Racing Oil 70041 Carb Defender Fuel Additive, 8 oz.
Driven Racing Oil 70041 Carb Defender Fuel Additive, 8 oz.
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Driven Racing Oil 70041 Carb Defender Fuel Additive, 8 oz.
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MFG. Part #:
70041
Liquid Measurement:
8 fl. oz.
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Driven Racing Oil Carb Defender fuel additive utilizes special corrosion inhibitors to prevent costly repairs and poor performance caused by Ethanol blended gasoline and the moisture it attracts. Fuel additive also restores performance and protects carburetors from performance-robbing deposits. Designed for the unique needs of classic vehicles that spend much of their lives in storage between cruises and special events.

  • 8 oz tubes
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