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City: -87.6272 Illinois, United States

  • Mark - Great for FJR1300 final drive lubrication

    I use this to service my FJR1300 final drive. It is changed every 4k miles, just like the engine oil. after 52k miles, the drive still looks like new, and almost no material shows on the magnetic drain plug, so it must be good stuff.

  • CHILLINTHEMOST - Differential Lube

    Changed my front and rear differential with this oil on my 2003 GMC Envoy. So far I am very satisfied with it.

  • Roger - Great Stuff

    I heard about this stuff on the radio and decided to try it. I find that it gives me a great burst of energy in the morning. I've been talking it everyday for about 3 months and my joints feel great. The taste is tough to get threw but I just suck it up and chug it down.

  • Stevestr - I didn't think I would like this at first

    I didn't think I would like this at first. I am a fan of orange though so that gave it some points. This is a great case that has saved my 6s once already. The 6s+ also fits in this case with no modifications needed. The only drawback are the two holes on the back. No instruction for what they are used for but they may possibly be used for a wrist strap? Otherwise a solid case. Color has not faded and the black bumper edges almost appear to be self-healing. I dropped my phone and you can't even see any scuffs or scratches. Well done UAG!

  • Mark H. Weir - Well done and a little scary

    Thom Hartmann can sometimes be a little too preachy and single minded in his writing, and while that still is in play a little bit this book is very worthy of the price and read. Thom outlines how we can seen periodic crashes and crises at frighteningly predictable intervals. I may not buy into all that he said but it is something to make you think and a nonfiction book that can do that is always worth the price.