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Question of X-rev products

I recently purchased a 04 f250 lariat. The previous owner always ran xrev in his oil and added it to his fuel. What is your thought on this and the product?
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I personally have not tried it yet, but I do plan to run Archoil AR9100 in my oil and Optilube XPD in my fuel. I think the Rev-X/Archoil does help keep stiction at bay, but i'm not sure how well it does in engines that already have stiction.

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It is a very commonly used oil treatment in the 6.0 and will have no ill effects. Archoil is the alternative to Rev-X.
If you live in any kind of cold weather Id suggest something like Rotella T6 and a shot of either one of these treatment to keep that 6.0 happy.
There is a ton of info on Rev X,just do a search of it. Good luck with your new truck!

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