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Old October 27, 2013, 01:52 PM   #1
bricz75
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Anyone try PL-M, Lubricating oil, Preservative, Medium?

Anyone ever try the above oil/lube. If so, what do you think? I acquired a quart. It seems like a regular oil except thick. It has a preservative in it.


From the "US Archive":

1.1.6 MIL-L-3150B(2): Lubricating OH, Preservative, Medium (Military Symbol
PL-M (NATO Code: 0-192)

General characteristics : Preservative lubricating oil consisting of a petroleum
fraction containing additives necessary to meet specification requirements.

Uses : Intended for lubrication and protection against corrosion of ferrous and
nonferrous metals, interior of gear assemblies, transmissions, differentials, etc. Not
intended for the protection of internal combustion engines.
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