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Anyone have any experiences with their products? I've used their gas treatment as well as the p/s and oil stabilizer and have been rather pleased. Just curious....
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Re: Lucas Oil ??

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i use their oil and gas treatments in my sammi. as i use their trans treatment in my f-150 when i change the fuild. also i use the oil treatment in my quad. i love their stuff. but i have not tried their raditor clean yet. kind of hard to find.
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Re: Lucas Oil ??

A guy I work with had a clattering Ford Ranger. I sent him to a very honest garage and they said to try it because it might be costly to rip into the motor. He has used it every oil change and that was over a year ago and all is well. Jim
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I'm useing there gear oil in my Trans , T-case , Diffs , I found them all to be a whole lot less noisy and the shifting and over all running seems to be smoother, I also noticed the locker not banging as much...
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I tried some of their oil treatment and did notice a decrease in oil consumption. My zuk did smoke a little on decceleration but the Lucas oil took care of that. I think its one of the few products that actually does what it claims to.
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I've been using Lucas blinker fluid in my vehicle since it was new, and I'm still using the original blinkers! I've also been greasing the muffler with Lucas oils, but I guess it doesn't work as well - I needed a whole new exhaust last year!
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Re: Lucas Oil ??

If you do a search on the SWB (Jeep) BBS, there was a guy on there that did some testing, and while it worked fine, it didn't do well under a load. Don't know any more than that but have been tempted to use some myself to try it out.
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im using it in the T cases in my zuk, and its doing well to keep the one thats clocked straight down oiled well.
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Re: Lucas Oil ??

Check in with almost any heavy truck mechanic, most swear by it for trans and rear ends . Been using it for years, a bottle of that, 1/2 can of STP, and some gear oil in a rear end, you'll never lose a bearing . However, does not withstand 6,500rpm wheelies for long....
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