Engine Builder Lubricants

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Engine Builder Lubricants

Protects camshaft lifters and valve train during break-in period of motor.

The initial start up of a new engine is critical to its performance and life expectancy.

The purpose of an assembly lube is to provide startup protection for tight tolerance engine parts.

Lucas High Performance Assembly Lube is designed for mechanics and technicians to pre lube bearings, cams, lifters and valve train.

Bob Brown uses Lucas Fuel Treatment for 1980 Trans/AM

Not sure if I'm doing this right, but I've never had the opportunity to express to the folks at Lucas what I express to the community and our large family.

I started using your gas treatment in 1997 when I enstalled a 455 in my 1980 Trans/Am pace car. When we purchased a 1993 ford explorer we could only get 175 miles per tank. One and a half years later, we got 245 miles to the tank with @ 1/8 to go. When my wife dodge caravan would stall at stop signs in 1996 is when I put all vehichles on a routine Lucas schedule. One bottle at oil change and one half way till the next. When I saw a guy behind me at a Wal-mart with a bottle of STP and Gumout in his hands I asked, "what is that for". He was experiencing what I had years before. I said to him to go ahead and make your purchase, but come out to my truck and I will GIVE you the only product made that is not a buch of b.s. contents. Every christmas my wife makes up baskets for our family members (12) plus grandchildren and this year they were all stunned when they seen this tall bottle of treatment towering up from the basket. Check your record, about 1998-99 Buff's Farm and Auto of Winfield Iowa couldn't keep this product in stock. What have I done to myself. I contacted my nephew Tommy Brown at O'reilly's in Mt. Pleasant Iowa and now get it by the case. People ask for starters how can you be so sure of this. Well for starters, when it changes the performance in less than five miles, that's good. When it actully does what they claim and you notice a significant differance in saving, that's good. And most of all my long time philosophy, If you make a product for the trucking industry and it don't work, you just don't have a sale.

I guess is what I've been wanting to say for years is thanks! And keep doing what you do. Making a great product and standing behind it.

Bob Brown
Truck Driver/Transporter of refined fuel

Montevideo, Mn.

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