AW10 AntiwearOil wears out, or, more technically, ‘breaks down’ when the internal heat of an engine, transmission or driveline etc, causes a chemical reaction in the lubricating oil, which causes the oil’s viscosity to change. Simply, when an engine, transmission or hydraulic system heats up beyond a certain temperature threshold, the lubricating oil will begin to wear out, break down or degrade. This break down has many serious damaging effects. Here’s a solution…

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