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Dura Lube (HL-DLOS-06-6PK) Engine Treatment - 32 oz., (Pack of 6)


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32 Ounce, (Pack of 6)
  • Dura Lube engine treatment is an advanced synthetic formula designed to replenish and rejuvenate any motor oil, including synthetics, additives, treatments or oil stabilizers
  • Dura Lube engine treatment additive is a precision blend of high tech compounds it is a pure liquid containing no solid particles like PTFE, lead, molybdenum, or graphite
  • Directions: For gas and diesel engines, replace one quart of motor oil with Dura Lube advanced engine treatment at every oil change or 3,000 miles
  • Cleans internal engine parts and improves overall performance
  • Use when good oil goes bad
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Dura Lube (HL-DLOS-06-6PK) Engine Treatment - 32 oz., (Pack of 6) + Dura Lube (HL-44001-12-12PK) Upper Cylinder Lubricant - 5.25 oz., (Pack of 12)
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Product Information

Size: 32 Ounce, (Pack of 6)
Technical Details
BrandDura Lube
ModelHL-DLOS-06-6PK
Item Weight13.4 pounds
Product Dimensions9.9 x 9.5 x 9.1 inches
Item model numberHL-DLOS-06-6PK
Manufacturer Part NumberHL-DLOS-06-6PK
  
Additional Information
ASINB00BV1QS6M
Best Sellers Rank #18,222 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableMarch 15, 2013
  
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Product Description

Size: 32 Ounce, (Pack of 6)

Dura Lube Engine Treatment additive is a precision blend of high tech compounds. Reduces friction and heat, helps protect from oil starvation at start-up and quiets engine noise. Helps replenish key chemicals that help maintain a higher lubricity which reduces friction, heat and returns the base product to its original strength. It also breaks down sludge and varnish buildup. The need to maintain lubrication integrity is especially important in older and high mileage engines.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Gabriel Gore on March 9, 2010
Size: 32 Ounce
I have been uding Dura Lube Engine Treatment for 12 years in all my personal and work vehicles. I must say that I honestly think it helps against engine wear. I have one truck with over 200,000 miles, another work truck with over 300,000 miles and a couple more over 150,000 and I have had ZERO engine/oil related problems. You can tell the first time you add this to your fresh oil change as your engine operates more smoothly. It also helps cold starts.

I have to give Dura Lube 5 stars based on personal experience.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Camry Man on April 5, 2011
Size: 32 Ounce
I have used Dura Lube in my Camry since it's first oil change. I had some minor engine work done very recently (timing belt) when the mechanic came in to the waiting area just to ask me what I have been using in my engine. I told him that I really have only used Dura Lube. Why? I asked him. He told me that he had never seen an engine with so many miles on it that was so clean on the inside. It's the original engine by the way. I use Dura Lube every third oil change and have nothing but praise for the product. I will never own a car that doesn't have this stuff in the engine. My lawn man uses it in all of his lawnmowers as well.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Chris Opryshek on March 31, 2010
Size: 32 Ounce
I have been using this product since 1990. I have even used it in an aircraft that I have owned. The first time that I changed oil and filter on the plane I noticed in flight that the oil temp was 30 to 40 degrees lower than before and the cylinder head temp was about 20 to 30 degrees lower. Doing a compression check at 1400 hours each cylinder was at least 75/80. This stuff works as advertised.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By John P. Ouvrier on February 28, 2010
Size: 32 Ounce Verified Purchase
I first came across Dura Lube twelve years ago, while living on the east coast. And it does what it says; in cold starts, the car would start fresh, as if it was warmed up. Anyone who lives in a cold climate knows that grinding sound as the cold oil washes back up into the engine, and how that means a shorter engine life. And while I am currently in California, I use DuraLube still. I hear the difference, and since my 2004 Toyota Solara (Which has been great, no problems) has 150k miles on it, I am convinced Dura Lube is a winner. Highly recommend, and I have nothing to do with the company. [...]
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sum None on October 11, 2014
Size: 32 Ounce
I've been using Duralube since the early 1990s and continue to use it to this day in everything I own that has an engine. At the time I did a ton of research on Pro-long and Slick50 and came to the conclusion that Duralube was the superior product. The first time I used Duralube was in a 1988 CBR600F (Hurricane) with 50k+ miles on it. 50k miles on a rice rocket is already extremely high mileage (especially the way I rode it), but after adding duralube, the engine ran unbelievably smooth. It was immediately noticeable and a night and day difference. The thermal switch for the radiator fan always burned out in that bike too and Duralube noticeably lengthened the time for which the bike would overheat. In fact, it wouldn't overheat unless it was over 100F and this wasn't the case before (I'm also referring to when the bike is idling like when you're at a stoplight or stuck at a stand still on a California freeway for one reason or another..or otherwise at a slow enough rate of speed to not properly get air through the radiator fins).

Prior to Duralube, that bike felt like when you hold a power tool too long and your hand goes numb...except to my butt and lower extremities. I put Duralube in it every five or so oil changes and when I finally sold that bike, it had over 100k miles on it and the engine still ran fine. I always worried about clutch slippage but never noticed anything in any of my 10+ motorcycles/ATV/ATC I ran it in over the years. I ride my bikes hard and have never seized a motor...ever..and never replaced the top end on any four strokes I own. I can't remember ever not using Duralube in a motor in almost 25 years and I feel it has served me well.

I doubt you'll notice much difference in a newer vehicle, but that doesn't mean it isn't working.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Kucharik on April 8, 2014
Size: 32 Ounce
2005 RSX with 115k mi

Started consuming oil -- about 1qt / 3mo around 90k mi, then 1qt / 2wks. Pulled the trigger and added 1qt Duralube to fill the engine. It went 2mo w/o using any oil until my next oil change. I'm very frustrated since I've been only using Royal Purple (~8-9k mi) then Amsoil (~15k mi). In retrospect, I wouldn't use RP longer than 7.5k mi. I ran into some knocking & difficulty shifting at the upper end of the mileage. Amsoil easily goes 1yr. It's hard to tell if these products help or hurt long term, but so far my experience is good. I'm just nervous because I love my RSX. If it turns out I still have a problem (and can't find a way to solve it once & for all), I'll next try Duralube + Amsoil (still trying to reach the dream of 1-annual oil change).
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stone Blue on September 20, 2010
Size: 32 Ounce
Back in the 80s I ran a small amount of Morey's Oil Stabilizer in my 1984 Subaru GL Coupe, and it increased the oil pressure and made it run quieter and feel more powerful. Recently I decided to try some Dura Lube in my 2003 Nissan Sentra. I only added about 1 cup with Pennzoil 5w30 oil, and I was amazed at how much quieter it ran.

I added 1/2 a cup Dura Lube to my neighbor's 1991 Toyota Corolla and it really did wonders for it : gave it more power, quieted it down a lot. My neighbor called me to tell me how pleased he is with the way it runs now.

I added just a ounce or two of it to my lawn mower too, and it seems to have also improved.

I plan to add a small amount of it to every oil change in my car, mixed with Pennzoil, Quaker State, and Shell Rotella synthetic oils.

I don't care what the naysayers say about additives like this. I like using it and I plan to keep it up. It seems to reduce friction and decrease operating temperature at least a little, and in my opinion that can do nothing but good.
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