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Old 09-08-2012, 03:20 PM
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Amsoil oil additive?

Okay so while window shopping at napa I saw a bottle of amsoil synthetic oil additive, apon reading it said right on the back in bold that you should add a bottle of it to powerstroke diesel each oil change. What exactly is it? Something like rev-x?
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Old 09-08-2012, 03:22 PM
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That's not amsoil that's Lucas and I don't use Lucas anything on my vehicles.
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That's from Lucas oil, but yea it's a similar product to rev x. I've never used it.
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Ya that's what I meant sorry lol so is it safe to use? I always hear nothing but good things about Lucas but I'm VERY cautious when it comes to stuff in my truck
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You be the judge of lucas oil products.

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You be the judge of lucas oil products.

Hey that's why I ask the questions
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That's alright bud lol I was just giving you a visual aid in proof that lucas products are junk.
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Does amsoil have a similar product? Or should I go with rev-x?
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I would use Archoil 9100 it's basically the same thing as Rev-X and is half the cost.
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