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    Master Mechanic Silverado Junkie's Avatar
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    Default Lucas Oil Stabilizer

    I was just curious as to what everyone thinks of using Lucas Oil Stabilizer?
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    Never change my oil without it.
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    The best stuff for an engine. I use it in my fuel, tranny, and oil.

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    It's another additive, a few of the top synthetics have these type of additives.
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    Alright, thanks for the help guys.

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    Get a thicker weight synthetic and you will get the same results. No need spending the extra money on it
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    Yeah no need to spend money on it just spend more money getting 5 quarts of synthetic that will do the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gambit View Post
    Yeah no need to spend money on it just spend more money getting 5 quarts of synthetic that will do the same thing.
    Full Synth oil is worth the money; you can run it longer than dino oil w/ Lucas. I like Lucas products but I run Mobil One in the crankcase. After 106,000 miles the inside of the crate engine in my S-10 still looked the same as the day I first started it, to bad the rust was taking over, the rest of the chassis had 308,000 miles and worked great.
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    This guy says it all! To say the least, I don't use it

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    ANYTHING BUT PENNSOIL

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