Lucas 10484-30 G3 Racing Grease, Case of 30 Tubes
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A true high temp/low temp friction-free racing grease for qualifying and racing. Extreme friction reducer to minimize drag. Lucas G3 Racing Grease outperforms Kluber, Chevron, Mobil, Dupont. This specially formulated racing grease from Lucas Oil has been Dyno Tested and Track Proven in IRL, NASCAR and NHRA.
- Full Synthetic
- Drop point 560 Degrees
- Long Lasting
- Timken Load 60 lbs
- Excellent cold temperature properties
- Resist Extreme Pressure
- Extreme Friction Reducer
- Designed for highest performance in wheel bearings and chassis lubrication
- Case of 30 tubes
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