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Engine oil

  • Engine oil must lubricate the various parts of an engine to reduce friction and minimize unnecessary loss of power.
  • A well lubricated engine will burn fuel more effectively and therefore perform better.
  • A good engine oil also prevents unwanted chemical reactions on the surface of engine parts, for example corrosion.
  • Ideally, the lubricant even dissolves impurities and deposits.
  • It also has a cooling function, in that the oil absorbs the friction heat developing in an engine.
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Gear Oil

  • Gear oil is a lubricant made specifically for transmissions, transfer cases, and differentials in automobiles, trucks, and other machinery.
  • Gear oils account for about 20% of the lubricant market.
  • Most lubricants for manual gearboxes and differentials contain extreme pressure (EP) additives and antiwear additives to cope with the sliding action of hypoid bevel gears.
  • Gear oil being added to the final reduction gears in a scooter.
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Cluctch Oil

  • Clutch fluid is a vital fluid that is essential for your vehicle to function.
  • The clutch fluid, also referred to as transmission fluid, can reduce over your vehicle’s lifespan leading to an inadequate amount within the transmission system.
  • This can spell trouble for your vehicle
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Steering wheel Oil

  • Power steering fluid is the hydraulic fluid used in the steering system to create a hydraulic link between the steering wheel and the front wheels.
  • That decreases the amount of effort required to turn the wheels.
  • Power steering fluid also lubricates the moving parts within the steering system.


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