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Amsoil Vs. Cerma Oil using timken ok load test

Here we have a test showing the protection offered by Amsoil 10w-30 synthetic and Cerma Industries Cerma 10w-30 Motor Oil with STM-3 add pack. As you will see we are very surprised with the protection Amsoil provided, Yet as you will realize Cerma surpasses Amsoil with over double the shear strength protection. For more information concerning Cerma products visit www.cermastore.com


 


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