With today's farm equipment manufacturers putting more and more muscle into their products, CITGO Petroleum Corporation has responded with an agricultural equipment extended warranty for Mystik JT-5 Universal Trans-Hydraulic Fluid with some real teeth.

CITGO product engineers are not content just to say new Mystik JT-5 provides an extra level of protection under the most severe operating conditions. They are backing JT-5's improved wear protection to the transmission, hydraulic, wet brake and drivetrain parts with an extended warranty up to 10 years or 10,000 operating hours (whichever comes first). The warranty covers 18 horsepower or greater agricultural equipment, as long as the equipment is maintained within terms and conditions of the warranty.

In an industry-accepted gear wear test (JDQ 95), the advanced additive technology used in Mystik JT-5 was shown to dramatically improve gear wear protection, compared with competitive products. In terms of brake noise, Mystik JT-5 has demonstrated outstanding brake noise control after 10,000 cycles in a severe industry rig test (JDQ96), without compromising brake capacity.

Mystik JT-5's high-performance oxidation inhibitors extend the useful life of transmission fluid, while reducing the amount of sludge and varnish on critical components.

Measurable performance advantages backed by an outstanding extended warranty program make Mystik JT-5 an obvious choice for those looking to reduce costly equipment failures and downtime.

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