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Is Lucas Oil Stabilizer safe to use in the 6.4?

Just checking since it seems to be finicky about EVERYTHING else.

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for what it's worth, I wouldn't use Lucas anything in any motor I own... there is zero chance it would voluntarily go into the superduty..
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well i didnt know, i just see that display at the napa store that makes the oil stick better supposedly and didnt know if it would be a good thing.

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Nope. Trust me no. My truck was ran with that **** for 100000 miles, my valve cover is full of sludge.
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Use it to oil hinges. The diesels have too many contaminants and need a good quality oil. That stuff is like pumping syrup through your engine.
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Snake oil. If oils needed it, they would be blended with it from the manufacturers
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Just my 2c but I wouldn't use Lucas. If you really want to treat your engine right, use a synthetic motor oil. There are only one brand of additive I would use, BG.

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...makes the oil stick better supposedly...

And here I thought slippery oil was better.

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