GL4 GEAR LUBE, TR250, TR6
"The Correct Grade for Classic Gearboxs 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.
Penn Grade 1 GL4 Gear Lube,
80W-90, "The Green Oil," supplied
in quart containers with "needle" spouts
LUCAS FUEL STABILIZER COMBATS BAD
EFFECTS OF ETHANOL IN PUMP GAS
"Prevents Damage to Seals in Fuel Pumps and Carburettors and
Stabilizes Ethanol Fuel Which Can Deteriorate in
Just Two Weeks if It Sits in Your Fuel Tank"
TRF customers have experienced more leaks in fuel system
components with ethanol fuel. Use of ethanol fuels also increases rust
and corrosion in fuel tanks and other components. Lucas "Safeguard"
Ethanol Fuel Conditioner solves these problems while prolonging the
short life of gasoline with ethanol by stabilizing the fuel and preventing
the formation of gum and varnish. We have performed experiments
where we placed various fuel system seals in gasoline with ethanol and
in gasoline with ethanol and fuel stabilizer. Seals in ethanol fuel
without stabilizer shrank noticeably while seals in fuel with stabilizer
did not. I have started using this product now myself even in my lawn
Lucas "Safeguard" Fuel Conditioner,
for use with ethanol fuels; approx.
16 oz. treats eighty gallons of fuel