Scientists and engineers have spent an inordinate amount of time developing the best possible engine lubricant for your car or truck. They know that this oil has to deal with extreme conditions within a typical motor and have carefully designed the finished product to do the best job possible. Yet this oil can nevertheless break down as the weeks and months go by due to thermal activity and a specific process known as oxidation.
When people think about maintaining their car or truck, they usually focus on the "front end." After all, this is where most of the mechanical action takes place, and they understand the importance of engine and gearbox maintenance. But if you have a rear-wheel drive vehicle, you should certainly pay attention to the back end too. What can happen if you neglect this area as time goes by?
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