Semi-Synthetic Assembly Lube

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Semi-Synthetic Assembly Lube

Lucas High Performance Assembly Lube is designed for mechanics and technicians to pre lube bearings, cams, lifters and valve train. The Semi-Synthetic formula contains ZINC, MOLY and other high pressure additives which offer maximum protection during engine break-in. Super slick and easy to use, Lucas High Performance Assembly Lube will eliminate dry starts and prevent seizing galling and scuffing.

Key Benefits

  • Eliminates Dry Starts
  • Perfect For Engine Building
  • Use To Pre Lube Bearings, Cams, Lifters and Valve Train
  • Prevents Seizing Galling and Scuffing
  • Compatible With All Oils
  • Super Slick and Tacky
  • Prevents Breakdown During Long Term Storage
  • Contains ZINC, MOLY and Other High Pressure Additives
  • Easy To Use

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Packaging

  • #10152 - 4 Ounce (Case of 12) - 3 lbs
  • #10153 - 8 Ounce (Case of 12) - 7 lbs
  • #10390 - 5 Gallon Pail (1 Pail) - 40 lbs
  • #10559 - 55 Gallon Drum (1 Drum) - 440 lbs

Documentation

Technical Data Sheet Technical Data Sheet - English
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet - English
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet - French
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Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet - Netherlands (Dutch)
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet - Portuguese
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet - Spanish
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet - Swedish

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Jamie Debicella uses Lucas Transmission Fix in 1994 SHO Taurus

I recently purchased a 1994 ATX Sho Taurus with the legendary Yamaha 24v Dohc Sho V6. This is my first car at the age of 17, and I was thrilled, until the transmission went- Sparratic shifts, harsh and uncontrollable. At first, I assumed it was the speed sensor or throttle position sensor, but I replaced the VSS and still no change.

I was already thinking about saving for a trusted blazer or some truck that I could find around for cheap. My father wanted to change the fluids, which were all recently changed along with the car's 120k maitences including new valve shims. After changing the transmission filter, we found an inch by inch and a half piece of hardened steel, a piece of one of the clutch pack's bands. This explained the slipping in a heartbeat. We added only a quart of Lucas, and the transmission was at first only smoother for the first 20 miles, and then suddenly, it was fully normal, and soft shifting at low throttle. Amazing, and my father, an ex Ford mechanic stated that he has never seen anything like it. I have a couple hundred miles on the car with 2 quarts now in the transmission, and it shifts perfectly. I plan on using Lucas oil products in every vehicle I will own as a preventative action. Clutch in a bottle.

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