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SHOPPING GUIDE, 2018
· Level 1 Sales 1 (800) 678-8764  ·  Level 2 Sales 1 (800) 234-1104
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GL4 GEAR LUBE
“The Correct Grade for Classic Gearboxs and
Diffs with Yellow Metal Components”
Commonly available gear lube from auto parts stores is
GL5 which actually contains additives harmful to yellow
metal components such as bronze bushes, gearbox synchros,
thrust washers, etc.  Some time ago, Castrol discontinued its
version of GL4, and we had nothing to sell for classic car
owners for a while.  GL4 has now been reintroduced by
American Refining Group, Inc., the makers of Penn Grade
"1" oils.  This company now occupies the old Kendall
refinery in Bradford, Pennsylvania, where Kendall, Amalie,
and Wolf's Head oils were produced, and we thank them for
making this product available for British car enthusiasts.
Part No.
Description
No.Off  List Price  Sale Price
Penn Grade "1" GL4 Gear Lube,
SAE
A/R
8.00
80W-90, "The Green Oil," supplied in
quart containers with "needle" spouts
COMBINATION WRENCH REMOVES TRIUMPH OIL
DRAIN PLUGS WITH LESS PAIN!
“Fit a New Drain Plug This Time, and Your Wrench Will Remove It
More Easily Next Time”
Combination wrench has square holes for removing Triumph oil drain plugs
and for adjusting rear brakes.  New oil dipstick felt seals help to keep your engine
compartment cleaner by lessening splash of oil through dipstick tube.
Part No.
Description
No.Off  List Price  Sale Price
Combination Wrench,
as described above;
1
21.18
includes a free oil drain plug
Plug,
oil drain and oil filler for some
A/R
1.12
applications, engine, gearbox, rear axle
Plug,
oil drain, magnetic, square head; fits
A/R
4.66
most of the same applications as
standard plug
Felt Seal,
oil dipstick
1
.65
Tommy Smith's son, Gus, likes to hang out in the garage....
Tommy Smith is replacing the overdrive solenoid in a 1959 TR3A,
that belonged to his father, Howard.  He is assisted by his three
children, TJ, Xoe Bea, and Gus. Carrying on the legacy!










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