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Lucas Oil 10416 SAE 5W20 Engine Oil, Case
Lucas Oil 10416 SAE 5W20 Engine Oil, Case

Lucas Oil 10416 SAE 5W20 Engine Oil, Case

Conventional Oil Type, 5W20 Oil Weight, 6 quarts Liquid Measurement

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Lucas Oil 10416 SAE 5W20 Engine Oil, Case
Lucas Oil 10416 SAE 5W20 Engine Oil, Case
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Oil Type:
Conventional
Oil Weight:
5W20
Liquid Measurement:
6 quarts
MFG. Part #:
10416
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Lucas Motor Oil SAE 5W-20 was developed and perfected through years of track testing to reduce heat and subsequent wear. Features high lubricity, lower engine oil temperature (up to 40° F) and a stronger protective additive film that stands up to racing fuel dilution at least 50% longer than other racing oils.

  • Proven engine oil of choice by crew chiefs
  • Stronger additive film to reduce racing fuel dilution longer
  • Excellent normal highway usage oil
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