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Z-MAX?????? as seen on t.v

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by CAROLINAK5, Oct 7, 2001.

  1. CAROLINAK5

    CAROLINAK5 1/2 ton status

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    anyone tried it or know someone who has? it looks pretty convincing(sp) on t.v.
    i don't like being taken, but i don't like missing out!

    Most overheard question in the Carolinas...................."Randy who"????
     
  2. Thunder

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    A lot of those additives on those junk commercials like prolong, duramax, z-max ect contain a lot of Clorene. It is a great lubricant and will do what they say. But it is also very corrosive, and can eat up bearings. Just pick up a bottle of Clorox and read the small print abuot it being a strong oxidiser I would not use anything that contains Clorene in my engine. Notice they never tell you what is in it. They always say it is a secret formula or something like that.
    If you want to use an oil additive that really works ckeck this stuff out:http://coloradok5.com/gallery/Thunders-Blaze
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    To see what the Federal Trade Commssion says about some of those junk infomercial oil additives. Check out this link: http://www.ftc.gov/searchand type oil additives in the search box

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