Chain Lube Aerosol

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Chain Lube Aerosol

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Lucas Chain Lube is a low odor, semi-synthetic spray lubricant designed to meet the demands of today's high performance motorcycle chains and sprockets. Tested by professionals and competitive race teams, Lucas Chain Lube Aerosol is perfect to keep your chain in perfect long lasting condition, and minimal sling off.

Key Benefits

  • Designed to penetrate deeply into pins and bushing of the chains
  • Excellent rust and corrosion inhibitor, as well as water resistant
  • Leaves protective film to ensure minimum wear and drag
  • Suitable for use on all chains including O-ring types


  • #10393 - 11 Ounce (Case of 12) - 12 lbs


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Bob Ansley uses Lucas Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer for 1993 Ford Van


I contacted you sometime after Thanksgiving in 2002 after I had put Lucas Oil Stabilizer in my 1993 Ford Van (5.8L engine) and it quieted diwn its many knocks and rattles.

I had promised to let you know how things turned out with that motor. At that time that motor had 191,500 miles on it. It rattled and knocked so bad I was seriuosly motor shopping and discussing my rebuild options with my mechanic. I do not trade-in or sell decent vehicles; I wear them to a nub in my business.

That was 12,500 miles ago, now it;s at 204,000 and running really strong. The rattles and knocks have continously quieted down over the past eight months. The only knocks that I hear are at cold startup or after an oil change. The only rattle is a wrist pin rattle when the motor reaches a cruising equilibrium point - about 60 in drive and about 70 in overdrive. It does not rattle when coasting or pulling. The oil loss-leakage has gone from a minimum quart per 1000 miles to about a quart per 2500-3000.

I took a trip from here at the coast to Greensboro NC last week. I got 462 miles on one tank of gas, 27.3 gallons, 16.9 mpg. This thing has NEVER gotten that kind of gas mileage. It was phenomenal mileage for that thing, being a well used 3/4 ton full size fan.

I have been using various brands of 10W40 oil, having found that 20W50 is not as good on that motor. I've kept the oil changed every 2500-3000 miles. I'm sild on Lucas. Nothing around here ever runs without it now, not even the lawnmowers.


Shallotte, NC

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