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MaxiLube Anti wear metal treatment

Has anyone used this product in their trucks? I was at Fischer Oil in Long Beach, Ca this week and noticed that they had this product on hand. It looks like it can be used in a lot of things from the engine oil to the trans and rearend. Its quite pricey at about $51 for a 32oz bottle. What are your thoughts or experiences?

Anti friction metal treatment lubricants and additives for engines, gear bearings, etc. -

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With $51 for a 32oz, I'd hate to see what the 55 gallon drum costs

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Personally I'd just use a good quality synthetic oil. No a big believer in "snake oil" additives as some of them are just an extra heavy dose of the detergent additive commonly used in lube oil.

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Snake Oil for the gullible....
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