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Lucas UCL and Techron

Just added LUCL to my two cars (waiting on the truck)...would it be a "waste" to throw in 24 oz of Techron Concentrate into my next tank of gas?
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Both products profess to do pretty much the same thing. So why not wait the recommended 3K or so until the next treatment?
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Both products profess to do pretty much the same thing. So why not wait the recommended 3K or so until the next treatment?
great point/question.....i've just been reading that the Techron is stronger/better.
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great point/question.....i've just been reading that the Techron is stronger/better.
Actually, I use both Lucas and Techron, I think they both are products that in fact do what they say they will do. I feel they work well in my vehicles, in any case.

FWIW, I tend to use the Lucas more during the warmer weather, it seems to be a little thicker in consistency when it's cold. The Techron, on the other hand, is always the same liquid form, even when cold. Just my preference.
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I agree. I add one at every oil change.
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