Air Tool Lubricant and Tool Box Buddy

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Air Tool Lubricant and Tool Box Buddy

Long lasting and super slick - allows tools to run easier and much longer. Two ounce Tool Box Buddy is exactly as the name implies - this is a superior lubricant packaged for the tool box.

Lucas Air Tool Lubricant is a unique formula that was developed for the working professional who demands top performance. It combats rust and varnish and coats the working parts with a cushion of waterproof lubricants that resist blowout. That means it lubes the tool and not the floor. Sold in quarts, pints and also two ounce bottles as Tool Box Buddy.

Key Benefits

  • Extends tool life
  • Protects under extreme operating temperatures
  • Disperses water
  • Resists blowout

 

Packaging

Air Tool Lubricant

  • #10200 - 1 Quart (Case of 12) - 25 lbs
  • #10216 - 1 Pint (Case of 12) - 13 lbs
  • #10225 - 5 Gallon Pail (1 Pail) - 40 lbs
  • #10092 - 55 Gallon Drum (1 Drum) - 440 lbs

 

Tool Box Buddy

  • #10070 - 2 Ounce (Case of 18) - 3 lbs

 

Documentation

Product Spec Sheet Technical Data Sheet - English
Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet - English

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Bill uses Lucas Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer in 1997 international 9400

I am an owner/operator truck driver with a 97 International Series 60 Detroit with 745,000 miles About 50,000 miles ago it started using 3 gallons of oil between changes of @ 12k. She was avg @ 5.8-6.2 mpg with little or no idle time. I changed the oil @ 6k miles ago added 2 gallons of Stabilizer and filled up with Rotella T 15w40. The first tank of fuel I averaged 6.6 mpg and just added the first gallon of oil after 5500 miles. which translates into @9.9% fuel increase and a 36% decrease in oil consumption. I have also used the fuel treatment and the glass filter is showing almost no "dirty fuel" whereas before it is usually up @ 1/3 or better by now. Also reports are showing that with the pressure to decrease sulfur in fossil fuels which is also "drying"out the fuel which is causing damage to internal components

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