19th October 2018
Using Synthetic Oils in Classic Cars

Using Synthetic Oils in Classic Cars

Using Synthetic Oils in Classic Cars The fear of using synthetic oils in your classic vehicles is a thing of the past – or at least […]
1st August 2018
How Can I Protect My Rebuilt Engine?

How Can I Protect My Rebuilt Engine?

How Can I Protect My Rebuilt Engine? is a question we are regularly asked.   Engine building needs to be done correctly with the right parts and […]
15th January 2018
Millers CRX LS 75W90 NT Competition Gearbox Oil

What type of oil should be used in a Limited Slip Differential?

It depends on the type of Limited Slip Differential (LSD).  The “plate” or “Salisbury” type of LSD uses small clutch plates each side of the differential. […]
10th January 2018
octane number

What is meant by the octane number?

The octane number is a measure of a fuels ability to resist detonation. The higher the octane number, the more resistance a fuel will have to […]
8th January 2018
Millers Alpine Antigel BT Bleu

Which antifreeze should I use for my classic vehicle?

It is important to use the correct antifreeze for your vehicle so that it does not damage the engine components.  Many modern antifreeze products are not […]
11th April 2013
Millers Classic Green Gear Mineral Oil 90 GL1

Which gear oils do I use in my vintage car that has lots of yellow metal in the gearbox and differential?

Millers Classic Green Gear GL1 oils will be the closest to the original specification and is available in the heavier viscosities (90 and 140).  Use for […]
11th April 2013
Millers Classic Mineral Gear Oil EP 80W90 GL4

The various different types of gear oil confuse me. What does GL1, GL3, GL4, and GL5 etc. mean?

There are 4 levels of performance in classic gear oils and these really follow the development of gear design. GL1 is the lowest level of performance […]
11th April 2013
Millers Worm Steering Box Mineral Oil

What is Worm Steering Box Oil?

Millers Worm Steering Box Oil is a special mineral oil for steering boxes.  It is far superior to standard gear oil as it contains friction modifiers, which […]
11th April 2013
Millers Classic Running-In Oil SAE 30

I have just rebuilt my engine, how do I run it in?

Millers make a special Classic Running In Oil, a mineral, SAE 30 oil, which should be used for the first 500 miles. After this, you should […]