With the cost of fuel, and the over all cost of
engine maintenance rising it only makes sense to use some kind of
friction reduction compound to help stave off the rising cost of fuel,
potential downtime, and those associated cost while also helping
the bottom line.
In a most recent conversation with the corporate fleet manager ( he's
in charge of a fleet in the 1,000 tractor range) He made some
interesting statements. It had been his experience that the leader in
research of fuel economy has been Wall Mart. And apparently one the
conclusions, (according to him) that Wall Mart has come to is
that (after having done tire pressure, and tire compound studies
for mileage) the next issue they were (and have been checking)
is the ability to reduce the internal friction of the engine it's
According to this fleet manager, when driving an average of 100,000
miles a year it was stated that a mileage increase of just 1/10th of
1% (one tenth of one percent) can save approximately $800.00 a
year in per tractor in fuel cost.
With an average oil change being about every 25 thousand miles this
means that for about $100.00 for a years worth of Super friction
fighter, an owner operator (or fleet manager) might not only save
maintenance on your truck, but may also be able to save a fair amount
of money on the fuel bill, and that always helps out the bottom
Please Read this 2/3/08 e-mail from Larry
J. in South .Dakota. about the product
I had put your
molly in the gear boxes on my logging truck a few weeks ago.
Yesterday I took it in for a lube service and they found the front
differential low. They added 18 quarts, it only holds 19 quarts. I
have no Idea how long it was this low but I know it was full when I
added the molly. It turned out I had a rear thru shaft seal out and
with all the mud, slush and muck I operate in this time of year it
was not noticed. I got home from the shop and pulled the drain plug
because I run synthetic and they didn't put that in. I found very
minimal filings on the plug. I feel it may have saved me a $4500
rear end. I'm sold.
Apparently a LOT of the friction in a Big Rig is in the drive line,
and not just the engine. Because of this we would recommend that you
also look at a (one time) installation of Super Friction Fighter in to
the differential (or differentials) and the manual transmission. Like
I said, it's a ONE time deal, and could make a big difference not only
in the ware on your rig, but will defiantly give you the BEST shot at
some saving fuel.
Engine Oil treatments
One, 40 quart treatment of Super
Friction Fighter is........................... $25.00. Shipping is
Two, 40 quart treatments of Super Friction Fighter
are........................$40.00 Shipping is free.
Transmission oil, and differential
One 3-4 gallon transmission, or differential oil
treatment is.................$20.00. Shipping is free.
Three, 3-4 gallon transmission, or differential oil
treatment are...........$55.00. Shipping is free.
For fleet sales, or inquiries you can always Contact
us at firstname.lastname@example.org
15% discount for
all orders of more than 2, 40 (forty) quart treatments.