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Lucas Oil 10130 Synthetic Heavy Duty Oil Additive Stabilizer, 1 Quart
Lucas Oil 10130 Synthetic Heavy Duty Oil Additive Stabilizer, 1 Quart

Lucas Oil 10130 Synthetic Heavy Duty Oil Additive Stabilizer, 1 Quart

Synthetic Oil Type, 1 quarts Liquid Measurement

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Lucas Oil 10130 Synthetic Heavy Duty Oil Additive Stabilizer, 1 Quart
Lucas Oil 10130 Synthetic Heavy Duty Oil Additive Stabilizer, 1 Quart
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Oil Type:
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Liquid Measurement:
1 quarts
MFG. Part #:
10130
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GTIN Code:
049807101305

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Light enough for an import - Tough enough for a semi. Use Lucas Oil Additive Stabilizer in new equipment which requires synthetic oils or any equipment that needs enhanced performance. Lucas Oil Stabilizer Treatment can also be used to protect new and used Heavy Duty and High Performance transmissions, gear boxes and engines. Controls heat and wear in motorcycles, air-cooled engines and all drive train components. Reduces friction for increased power and MPG.
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