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Lubrication Engineers 7500 LE Power Steering Fluid, 1 Qt.
Lubrication Engineers 7500 LE Power Steering Fluid, 1 Qt.

Lubrication Engineers 7500 LE Power Steering Fluid, 1 Qt.

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Lubrication Engineers 7500 LE Power Steering Fluid, 1 Qt.
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This power steering fluid is compatible with all racing power steering systems. Non-foaming, even at high temperatures. The best we have found. 1 quart.

  • Lowers operating temperatures
  • Controls rust and corrosion
  • Foam prevention
  • Seal compatibility
  • Reduces pump & gear wear
  • Resists oxidation
  • Contains MONOLEC, LE's exclusive wear-reducing additive

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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