Tip & How-To about Chevrolet 1500
Duralube is a real good product you add to the oil in place of a quart of oil.It does what it says it will do.One time additive,this is great for the cost is anywhere from $14.44 to &20.00 a quart.This additive reduces friction like crazy,it really works.It is designed to treat the metal,not the oil,therefore penetrating the pores of the metal,and staying there.If you have a old engine that might even have a rod knocking just a little,it will keep it from getting worse,I know,I used it about 8 years ago on a 2.3 ranger,an 88 model,had a slight knock,and never got worse,I sold it,and the guy is still driving the heck out of it.I added the Duralube 5 different times,as an experiment.And to my surprise,I could not get any heat from the heater core anymore,after that,but this was just a trial,for me to try to see if it would reduce heat,and it did,I think 110 degrees is all the engine would heat up to,no matter what I did,or how hard I drove it.This reduces friction like I said,you only use it once,in extreme conditions of overheating,I would maybe use it multiple times,two,maybe tree times.It gives the engine a fighting chance in the elements of todays fuels ,and weather,it puts any synthetics to shame,or anything out there,I promise.It works great on all makes and models.
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