DOES ANYONE USE LUCAS OIL STABILIZERS .... Does anyone use LUCAS OIL STABILIZERS out there for mowers, trailer, truck or car or any other vehicle? Just as a refresher, this is the oil stabilizer display, that is, and use to be, in most auto parts stores. There were 2 sets of “GEARS” about 6 or 7 stacked vertically inside two see through containers with a small crank at the bottom gear of each on the counter. When you turned the gear that had just oil in it, the oil only went up one or two or maybe three gears. When you turned the crank of the one that had the LUCAS OIL STABILIZERS in it you could see the lubrication go up to the top gear without any difficulty. There claim is, it keeps your engine well lubricated even when it sits for long periods of time (no dry non lubricated starts). It is also supposed to prevent or greatly reduce oil leaking past the rings being burned in the combustion chamber and vice versa from contaminating the oil in the crankcase, hence: more power and longer periods of time between oil changes and makes the engine run better too. Also, because of these factors it is suppose to extend the life of the engine considerably and be used in racing and gas and diesel engines. Does anyone have any experience or know of those who do use this product? It's been around for years. http://www.lucasoil.com/index.sd .