Chain Lubricant

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Chain Lubricant

Lucas Chain Lubricant was developed to be a long lasting, all weather, all temperature lubricant and protectant for chains, sprockets, cables and open gears. It is water resistant and contains Moly for extreme pressure situations. It should be applied to any nuts, bolts or components that are subject to long term exposure.

Key Benefits

  • Water resistant
  • Contains extreme pressure additives
  • Superior protectant


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  • #10014 - 1 Quart (Case of 12) - 25 lbs
  • #10025 - 5 Gallon Pail (1 Pail) - 40 lbs
  • #10036 - 55 Gallon Drum (1 Drum) - 440 lbs



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Greg V from K&N Engineering is glad to use Lucas Oil 20W-50 Racing Blend in his oil pan!

Hey guys and gals.

I just wanted to drop you a quick note to let you folks know how glad I am that I have Lucas Oil in my oil pan…

On Friday night at Pomona, I was truckin’ on down the track 1st round… I got the winlight, and after I passed the winlight I noticed that I had absolutely 0 oil pressure. As soon as I possibly could, I grabbed neutral, and clicked the engine off. I coasted around the corner, and came to a stop. I thought maybe my oil pump pick-up tube came off, but after I got back to my pit area, and further inspecting the situation, I realized that it could quite possibly be much worse. After pulling the distributor out, I found that the oil pump drive was missing, which tells me that the oil pump is laying in the oil pan. With 2nd round 30 minutes after the 1st round, I didn’t have time to see about getting it fixed for the next round. So I was a no-show 2nd round. It was too bad, because I was .008 on the tree & 9.914 on the track, and feeling pretty confident.

On Sunday morning, I pulled the oil pan off, and sure enough, I found the oil pump & pick-up laying in the oil pan. It appears that the oil pump just sheared off the rear main cap. So I began looking at the rod bearings, and I think I got extremely lucky, as I pulled down 4 rod caps, and eventhough the bearings were starting to get ugly, the crank looks flawless, thus far. Looks like the top layer of the bearings took a beating. I hope the crank passes magnaflux, otherwise, it’s only going to cost me a set of bearings & possibly some other minor cost. The rods never got hot or blue in color. I’m hoping for the best. I was using the 20W-50 Racing Blend with a quart of oil stabilizer. Thank the lord above I did so. You may use this as a testimonial.  It saved me from having extensive engine damage.


Thanks for the great products!

Greg Ventura
Material Lifecycle Analyst
K&N Engineering, Inc.
Riverside, CA  92507


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