Color Country Diesel Switches To AIM Lube for Shop and Fleet November 04, 2017 09:26

Color Country Diesel in Cedar City, Utah tries AIM Lube on a really, really tough job where they had to ream a hole on a large bushing to resize it. It was the first time they had tried AIM. They were very, very surprised to find not only did they need considerably less pressure once they applied AIM to the bushing but the metal was significantly smoother with a superior finish over their current CNC fluid. This is a common story with all of our clients. Not only will AIM allow you to get a better result on the job but over the long term the wear and tear on drill bits, blades, reams, taps, etc. is significantly reduced and can save a considerable amount of money. Usually the time saved, and the superior result, on the first job can cover the cost of AIM for a long time. smell...non-toxic...what's not to like.

Ford Expedition Cam Phaser Knock Fix | PlanetSafe Oil Treatment February 05, 2016 11:40

Glenn Janes got a repair quote of $2,600 to $3,000 to repair a cam phaser knock on his 2008 Ford Expedition. The Ford service manager gave him 3oz of OT to try in his next oil change to see what happens. Cam phaser knock is no more. OT cost...$4.00 savings...$2,596.00

Automotive Repair Oxygen Sensor | AIM Penetrating Lube April 19, 2015 11:47

Damion shows a couple of applications for PlanetSafe AIM. He explains how and why AIM releases nuts and bolts better than anything else especially on an oxygen sensor repair or exhaust system and how vehicle owner Paul Grob reacts to a surprise AIM treatment on his door latch and hinges. One of the things Damion points out is that if you don't have the time to wait for AIM to penetrate a rusted or corroded bolt you can use a torch to heat up the bolt red hot and spray AIM on the bolt. AIM loves heat and is virtually non-flammable and of course it is non-toxic. AIM will penetrate an average of about an inch and a half in 10 minutes as the bolt cools down and draws AIM into the thread. He also loves the fact he can use AIM anywhere in the vehicles as there is no odor. Check out Paul's reaction when he picks up his Ford Explorer truck. Priceless...