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Old November 2nd, 2018, 15:17   #3487
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Originally Posted by Mike in Anchorage View Post
Why would the molybdenum values change so dramatically? That would concern me more than the sodium, I would think.
Molybdenum is an anti-friction additive. Some motor oils have a lot of it, some have a little, and some have none. Also, for those who want more, there is this>>>
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