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#2213646 - 03/27/11 12:30 PM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: kasedian]
RnR Offline


Registered: 12/16/05
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Originally Posted By: kasedian
I looked on the AA site, and found it under Lubri Moly. Not Lubro.
Yep, a small but significant difference.
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#2213758 - 03/27/11 02:48 PM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: RnR]
TurboJim Offline


Registered: 10/30/04
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Loc: Oregon
Originally Posted By: RnR
Originally Posted By: kasedian
I looked on the AA site, and found it under Lubri Moly. Not Lubro.
Yep, a small but significant difference.


It's the same company / products. They use different trade names for different markets.

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#2213763 - 03/27/11 02:54 PM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: TurboJim]
RnR Offline


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I was implying it would make a difference to the counter guy - we of course, know better.
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#2213821 - 03/27/11 03:49 PM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: RnR]
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Liqui Moly is the umbrella company and Lubro Moly is one of their product lines.
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#2213838 - 03/27/11 04:08 PM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: k24a4]
rshunter Offline


Registered: 02/02/09
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Originally Posted By: k24a4
Liqui Moly is the umbrella company and Lubro Moly is one of their product lines.

This. In the North American market, Liqui-Moly uses the Lubro-Moly alias because someone else owns the rights to the name "Liqui-Moly" in this market.
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#2213944 - 03/27/11 05:36 PM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: rshunter]
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Registered: 03/08/11
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Im just saying, if you go to AA's website and looked for Lubro moly, it doesnt show up. But Lubri Moly does. And yes, it is the same thing.


Edited by kasedian (03/27/11 05:37 PM)
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#2215804 - 03/29/11 12:16 PM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: kasedian]
rshunter Offline


Registered: 02/02/09
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Loc: Ohio,USA
Originally Posted By: kasedian
Im just saying, if you go to AA's website and looked for Lubro moly, it doesnt show up. But Lubri Moly does. And yes, it is the same thing.

Nobody's disputing that, we're just explaining why there is more than one name related to the product. cheers
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#2558493 - 03/06/12 12:38 AM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: rshunter]
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Registered: 03/17/10
Posts: 3
Loc: Idaho
Been using LM products for years, LM2009 is a good product and does cut consumption and make the engine smoother.
I buy it online, not through Napa though.
gowestyautoparts.com has everything, the additives, oils and engine flush for some great prices.

10-40 MoS2 for $24, 5-40 for $27 and 0-40 for $33.

Over 50 bucks free shipping which is fairly easy to reach when you start adding the goodies to your cart.

I have two Audi's so I pick up an OEM filter while I am at it.

Thought I would post a FYI for those who like LM products to save some money.

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#2560872 - 03/08/12 08:10 AM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: harp]
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Registered: 11/28/04
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Loc: Fredericton
So I went to the local parts supply place yesterday as I know that they have LM products in stock. They have the MoS2 on the shelf. Was around six bucks out the door. Will Give it a try in the snow blower and perhaps the 5.9 as well. May also put a small amount in the Caravan.

John.

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#2573460 - 03/20/12 09:47 AM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: Russell]
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Registered: 05/07/10
Posts: 393
Loc: Winchester, VA
I just went down to the local NAPA the other day and bought two bottles for $4.xx each! Seems like a good deal if this stuff works as well as its hyped up to.

One bottle went in the Acura and the other bottle in my 01 F150 so we'll see...
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#2573993 - 03/20/12 05:13 PM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: racin4ds]
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Registered: 03/14/06
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Loc: Bucks County, Pa.
Originally Posted By: racin4ds
I just went down to the local NAPA the other day and bought two bottles for $4.xx each! Seems like a good deal if this stuff works as well as its hyped up to.


They sold it to you at the OLD price, as yesterday my local NAPA wanted $8.00+ crzy for a can!!!

Crazy price jumps, did moly just take a major spike in value on the international markets or something??!!
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#2577523 - 03/23/12 07:47 PM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: Russell]
sammy Offline


Registered: 07/13/06
Posts: 217
Loc: California
I just bought 2 cans at Napa today, it was &7.50 each. I wish I would have bought a few cases back when it was 4 bucks!

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#2577723 - 03/23/12 11:12 PM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: Russell]
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Registered: 05/18/11
Posts: 196
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I seen this talked about around the forum but could not locate it. I was wondering what OCI moS2 would be ok. Is it safe to keep in the sump the entire OC? I used it last OC for 6k but this run is going to be about 7k. Driving style is 80% hwy.

Also, I am trying out PU this run. So far the engine seems really quiet and smooth running. I've seen this mentioned on here before by others.
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#2578118 - 03/24/12 01:51 PM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: chevman4life]
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Registered: 07/20/07
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Loc: Northern California, USA
Originally Posted By: chevman4life
I seen this talked about around the forum but could not locate it. I was wondering what OCI moS2 would be ok. Is it safe to keep in the sump the entire OC? I used it last OC for 6k but this run is going to be about 7k. Driving style is 80% hwy.



You can leave it in as long as you want. Some will stay in the engine even after you change the oil.
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#2578147 - 03/24/12 02:27 PM Re: lubro moly moS2 update [Re: Loobed]
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Registered: 08/06/10
Posts: 5143
Loc: PL&F
Originally Posted By: Loobed
Originally Posted By: chevman4life
I seen this talked about around the forum but could not locate it. I was wondering what OCI moS2 would be ok. Is it safe to keep in the sump the entire OC? I used it last OC for 6k but this run is going to be about 7k. Driving style is 80% hwy.



You can leave it in as long as you want. Some will stay in the engine even after you change the oil.



Yes, it's fine with an OCI length. The only 'potential' issue with this is in a car that isn't driven often(at least once a week for example) and/or has a particular engine design that would cause an issue.

There was a thread in the past about someone using it that had a certain kind of camshaft design that did not respond well to it, but I can't recall. I'm sure it's in THIS sub-forum somewhere, though.

He changed the oil and the issue with mos2 went away. Anyone else know what I'm talking about or remember that?

PS: I'm also using mos2 with my current fill of Ultra, goal of at least 7,500 miles with a UOA. My method was to add it after a good 1,000-1,500 miles so the initial cleansing effects from fresh oil would do it's job without fighting the MoS2 for surface affinity. I wound up adding 3/4ths of a can to my 3.5 quart sump(11 ounces or so) some time before 1,500 miles, IIRC. Car runs great.
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