LUBEGARD limited slip supplement is a universal limited slip supplement that eliminates differential chatter, reduces temperatures, extends clutch pack and equipment life in any limited slip differential. It also reduces differential temperatures and extends clutch pack and equipment life. It is specifically formulated for the clutches in limited slip differentials. They depend on the operation of pre-loaded clutch packs on each axle shaft. Gear oils made for standard differentials do not contain the additives that make these clutches work. The LUBEGARD limited slip supplement contains patented and synthetic lxe (liquid wax Ester) technology, an advanced friction modifier to eliminate chatter. It contains rust and corrosion inhibitors to protect bearings and gear surfaces. The lxe technology also acts as an enhanced heat transfer component to pull heat out of the gear box and clutches more quickly providing cooler running units. The LUBEGARD limited slip supplement benefits All makes of vehicles with limited slip differentials including GM, Ford and Chrysler. Directions for use: if necessary, remove enough gear oil to maintain a proper level with the addition of LUBEGARD limited slip supplement. Holding tip closed, cut off tip end, add entire contents of the LUBEGARD tube (4 fl. oz.) into the clutch type limited slip differential. A 4 oz. Tube will treat a standard 2 qtr. system. For larger capacities, follow a treat rate of 2 oz. of LUBEGARD for every quart of differential fluid. For use with synthetic gear and differential oils a double treat rate of 4 oz. per quart will provide the most optimum results. Allow 20 miles of road operation for complete mixing.
- Eliminates differential chatter and other noises (squeals, groans, etc.)
- Universally works in all makes and models with limited slip differentials including Ford, Chrysler and GM; for use in all final drives and limited slip posi-traction units
- Inhibits rust and corrosion and also safe for yellow metal
- Extends clutch pack and equipment life
- Reduces differential temperatures