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
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet - German
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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Jim Allred praises Lucas Oil Stabilizer for the high milaged acheived out of his vehicles

This note is probably similar to a million others you get every year.  But, I believe praise is ALWAYS proper when it is rightfully deserved. I first used the oil stabilizer on a cummins diesel with nearly 700,00 miles and low oil pressure at idle, hoping it would delay an overhaul.  It had 960,000 when I sold it and did not need an overhaul.  I then used itat every oil change in a Ford 5.4L v8 gas engine with 40k when I bought it. Sirs, it now has 230,000 and barely a quart low at the 5,000 mile oil change.  I will now start using the synthetic stabilizer in the 2.0 Ford gas engine in the 2001 Focus I just bought - 130k and running good.

Thankyou.  There should  be a better word, but I don't know what it is.
Jim Allred

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