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Royal Purple Max EZ Power Steering Fluid, 12 Ounce, Case of 12
Royal Purple Max EZ Power Steering Fluid, 12 Ounce, Case of 12

Royal Purple Max EZ Power Steering Fluid, 12 Ounce, Case of 12

144 fl. oz. Volume

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Royal Purple Max EZ Power Steering Fluid, 12 Ounce, Case of 12
Royal Purple Max EZ Power Steering Fluid, 12 Ounce, Case of 12
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MFG. Part #:
12326
Volume:
144 fl. oz.
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Sold as a case of (12), 12-oz. bottles.

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Royal Purple® Max EZ® is an advanced power steering fluid designed to maximize the life and performance of all power steering units. Max EZ is formulated with a blend of select synthetic base oils plus Royal Purple’s proprietary Synerlec® additive technology, which is proven to make equipment run cooler, longer, quieter and more efficiently. Max EZ is compatible and can be mixed with any OEM or stock replacement power steering fluid and has excellent seal compatibility.

  • (12) 12-Ounce Bottles

PERFORMANCE ADVANTAGES

  • Greater wear protection
  • Clean, efficient equipment
  • Extended pump life
  • Much longer fluid life
  • Non-foaming
  • Outstanding rust / corrosion protection
  • High-temperature service capability

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