Lucas Oil Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer - 10001

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Specifications

  • Lucas Oil | Part Number: LUC10001
  • Additive Type:Oil Stabilizer
  • Fitment:Universal Fit

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Lucas Oil Stabilizer is a 100% petroleum product formulated to eliminate dry starts and reduce friction, heat and wear in any type of engine. It allows motor oils a higher degree of lubricity which reduces oil consumption and operating temperatures. Use Lucas Oil Stabilizer in gear oil to stop leaks, reduce operating temperatures and increase the life of the gear oil. Since it is pure petroleum, it can safely blend with all other automotive lubricants, even synthetics, ATF and mineral oil. It keeps old engines alive and new engines new.

Customer Reviews

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Absolute must

This oil product is made of incredible quality. If you want to SIGNIFICANTLY quiet down your motor use this product in your oil as directed, and use Marvel Mystery Oil in your gas tank running premium fuel. This will greatly increase your gas mileage, and your motor will quiet down Significantly. Marvel will not increase your horsepower, however i have found that Lucas does! Why not use it? I understand oil is very expensive, and I wish it was cheaper to buy. That is the only let down about this product. Especially Use it if you have oil leaks, it can eliminate moderate leaks very quickly.


from Temecula, CA |

Question & Answers

1 Answered question

I bought oil for my chevy truck. It has never had an oil problem. I put 20/50 O'Riley oil in it and the truck started smoking at idel when started. Stopped smoking after the truck warmed up, but my oil pressure was low. I took the oil out and added straight 40 weight. Oil pressure came up some and didn't smoke when first started. Will this product help?? Thank you, Jim....

Asked by Perky from Pecan Plantation, Texas on

Jim- I would go back to the weight oil that the factory recommends for your truck. Running too heavy of an oil can cause many issues such as smoking and low oil pressure. If you have a built engine I would ask the engine builder what they recommend for the way the engine was built. I don't think an additive like the Lucas oil stabilizer will solve your issue.

Answered by DP from Pecan Plantation, Texas on

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