Advantages of Using Synthetic Transmission Fluid

Wondering whether you should be using a synthetic transmission fluid to lubricate your transmission as a better option? Well, a better choice than the expensive alternative of petroleum-based fluid, you must be aware of the advantages of using the former over the latter.

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  • Better resistance to oxidation

A synthetic product provides more resistance to oxidation thereby improving your overall fuel economy. The thickness of the fluid is more lubricating and the viscosity standards are better than petroleum-based products.

  • Smoother shifting

Because of superior engineering, the synthetic fluid is better at lubricating your transmission and is able to sustain its viscosity in a broad temperature range. Hence your vehicle shifts more smoothly.

  • Time and cost saving option

Because synthetic fluids don’t need to be charged very often, the servicing cost and waiting time can be avoided. Also, fewer transmission changes mean easy on the pocket as well.

  • Extended transmission life

The persistent use of synthetic product results in your transmission to run cooler and cleaner and will be less prone to breakdowns by-products that can often clog your transmission components or other internal parts.

  • Vulnerable to rust and corrosion

Standard transmission fluids can actually increase the effects of rust and other deposits and can weaken gearbox components and surfaces, which can be avoided in synthetic fluids for their special properties.

All set to buy synthetic transmission fluid? Contact Lucky 7 Trucks to order your product by visiting on http://lucky7trucks.com or call at (480) 460-8228 for details.

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