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[Healeys] lead substitute question

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Subject: [Healeys] lead substitute question
From: John O'Brien <banjojohn@cox.net>
Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2019 14:14:36 -0500
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I have been using Redline Lead Substitute in my Healeys for several 
years, based on recommendations from this forum.  I bought several 
bottles a few years ago, and am getting close to being out, so I ordered 
more.  The old bottles said a 12 oz. bottle would treat 120 gallons (use 
1 oz. per gallon)  The new bottles say the 12 oz. bottle treats 25 
gallons.  Did they change the product or change the recommended usage 
rate on the same product? I suppose I should follow the new recommended 
usage rate, but it made the stuff more expensive to use.  Anyone have 
any insight or suggestions?  Or is there a new greatest and best lead 
substitute i should be using instead?

John O'Brien

'65 BJ8 (Madelyn)

'61 Bugeye (Lucy)

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