Available in 32-oz
Lucas Magnum CJ-4 Oils are blended with premium "Lucas" additives that help maintain the life of the emission control systems as required for regulatory compliance. Expect less oil consumption and reduced engine wear. It resists oxidation and thermal breakdown for total protection in new and older engines. Suitable for gasoline as well as diesel.
CJ-4 is available in Petroleum and Synthetic
Maintains life of emission control systems
Less oil consumption
Reduces engine wear
Primary application is in heavy duty diesel engines, but can also be used in automotive diesel and gasoline engines
Compatible with both synthetic and conventional oils
Resists oxidation and thermal breakdown
Proven in Lucas truck fleet to extend oil drain intervals to 30,000 miles
High Total Base Number provides excellent detergency and keeps the engine clean
SAE 15W-40 Magnum (High TBN) is designed for use in pre 2007 trucks without diesel particulate filters. Very effective in engines using high sulfur fuels
Both Synthetic and conventional SAE 15W-40 engine oils are API certified and meet or exceed industry standards
Available in 8-oz, 16-oz, 24-oz, 32-oz, 64-oz and 96-oz sizes
The Advance Pet Products NonSkid Stainless Steel Dish is a low maintenance feeding dish perfect for all of your pet feeding needs. The stainless steel design of the bowl creates a longlasting finish that is resistant to cracks and rusting. The bowl is easy to clean and is even dishwasher safe. Its smooth edges are more resistant to bacterial growth, which means better sanitation. Many veterinarians recommend stainless steel pet feeding dishes for cleanliness and health.
Stainless steel and rerolling high carbon finish
Resistant to cracking and rusting
Easy to Clean Dishwasher safe
Available in multiple sizes
Available in 2-oz jars
Formulation: Streptomycin Sulphate
Plant Disease Controlled: Fire blight on crabapples, pears, pyracantha, chrysanthemums, rhododendrons, dieffenbachia and roses.
Application Rate: 1 tablespoon per 2-1/2 gallons when tree starts
flowering in spring.