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Lubrication Engineers 8800 LE Monolec GFS Engine Oil, 15W40
Lubrication Engineers 8800 LE Monolec GFS Engine Oil, 15W40

Lubrication Engineers 8800 LE Monolec GFS Engine Oil, 15W40

Conventional Oil Type, 15W40 Oil Weight, 1 quarts Liquid Measurement

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Lubrication Engineers 8800 LE Monolec GFS Engine Oil, 15W40
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Oil Type:
Conventional
Oil Weight:
15W40
Liquid Measurement:
1 quarts
MFG. Part #:
8800
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Formulated for heavy duty service in gas, alcohol and diesel engines. Made from select paraffin base oil, with Monolec wear-reducing additives. This is one of the racing industry's best kept secrets for durability and protection.

  • Finest heavy-duty petroleum engine oil available today 
  • Superior performance levels
  • Made from select 100% paraffinic base stock
  • High natural viscosity index
  • Contains MONOLEC, LE's exclusive wear-reducing additive

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