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Lucas Oil 10121 SAE 75W140 Synthetic Racing Gear Oil, Case
Lucas Oil 10121 SAE 75W140 Synthetic Racing Gear Oil, Case

Lucas Oil 10121 SAE 75W140 Synthetic Racing Gear Oil, Case

Oval Track Cars, Synthetic Oil Type, 75W140 Oil Weight

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Lucas Oil 10121 SAE 75W140 Synthetic Racing Gear Oil, Case
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Oil Weight:
75W140
GTIN Code:
049807101213
Liquid Measurement:
12 quarts

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Lucas SAE 75w-140 Synthetic Gear Oil is a non-foaming, super slick, long lasting lubricant designed especially for heavy duty or high performance applications where regular gear lubricants just aren't good enough.

Contains a special additive package that cushions gears and resists "squeezing out" under extreme pressure situations where other gear lubricants just aren't good enough. Specially designed to stand up to high temperatures without losing its lubricity.

Excellent for use in limited slip differentials.

  • Heavy duty
  • High performance
  • Stands up to high performance
  • Cools and quiets
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