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Lucas Oil 10620 SAE 20W50 Conventional Racing Engine Oil, Case
Lucas Oil 10620 SAE 20W50 Conventional Racing Engine Oil, Case

Lucas Oil 10620 SAE 20W50 Conventional Racing Engine Oil, Case

Conventional Oil Type, 20W50 Oil Weight, 6 quarts Liquid Measurement

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Lucas Oil 10620 SAE 20W50 Conventional Racing Engine Oil, Case
Lucas Oil 10620 SAE 20W50 Conventional Racing Engine Oil, Case
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Oil Type:
Conventional
Oil Weight:
20W50
Liquid Measurement:
6 quarts
MFG. Part #:
10620
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Lucas SAE Engine Oil is designed for high performance racing. This SAE 20W50 Motor Oil is blended with an additive package that includes lubricity and anti-seize agents that control drag like a zero weight oil and protects metal like a heavy multi-viscosity oil. Perfect for high RPM and high horsepower engines.

  • High Zinc Fortified
  • Perfect oil for high RPM engines
  • Extra Protection
  • Lower Oil Temperature
  • Less Drag For More Horsepower!
  • Compatible With Methanol Or Racing Gas

 

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