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Lucas 10314 Fuel Stabilizer, Fuel Additive, 8 oz
Lucas 10314 Fuel Stabilizer, Fuel Additive, 8 oz

Lucas 10314 Fuel Stabilizer, Fuel Additive, 8 oz

8 fl. oz. Liquid Measurement

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Lucas 10314 Fuel Stabilizer, Fuel Additive, 8 oz
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8 fl. oz.
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Lucas Fuel Stabilizer Treatment prevents gasoline break-down during storage and is safe to use in all grades of gasoline in both all 2 and 4 cycle engines. Lucas Fuel Additive is easy to use as it has a 1 oz. to treat 1 gallon application rate.
  • A better solution to prevent gasoline break-down during storage
  • Safe to use in all grades of gasoline and in all 2 and 4 cycle engines
  • Easy to use fuel additive
  • Application rate: 1oz. to treat 1 gallon

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