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For the Amsoil Fans #4676542
02/24/18 02:50 PM
02/24/18 02:50 PM
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SE British Columbia, Canada
Snagglefoot Offline OP
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Just got back from the World of Wheels show. The Amsoil guy was there. Offered to get me on a regular program with Amsoil products shipped out of his warehouse in Edmonton. Enjoy the colourful photo. Sorry for the French.



Last edited by Snagglefoot; 02/24/18 02:52 PM.

If you want the job done right......do it yourself.
Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: Snagglefoot] #4676551
02/24/18 02:58 PM
02/24/18 02:58 PM
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Just look at all the over priced products.........

Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: Snagglefoot] #4676563
02/24/18 03:09 PM
02/24/18 03:09 PM
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OH
SatinSilver Offline
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I'm guessing $10/quart/liter for the oil? smile

Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: Snagglefoot] #4676567
02/24/18 03:13 PM
02/24/18 03:13 PM
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Middlesex County CT
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My impression formed years ago is Amsoil is pretty competitive in .ca

Perhaps the OP can weigh in.


2004 Prius; 97K ML Syn 5W-30
2007 Yaris 71K 0w-40 Castrol
2006 B2300;130K;ALM


Was driving an ox cart; Now on the USS Enterprise
Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: simple_gifts] #4676580
02/24/18 03:24 PM
02/24/18 03:24 PM
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SE British Columbia, Canada
Snagglefoot Offline OP
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Originally Posted By: simple_gifts
My impression formed years ago is Amsoil is pretty competitive in .ca

Perhaps the OP can weigh in.


About $11 US per quart if I buy in cases of 12 but 25% off if a sign up for a program ( didn’t stick around for the details) so I guess $8.25 per quart US if on a program.


Last edited by Snagglefoot; 02/24/18 03:30 PM.

If you want the job done right......do it yourself.
Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: Snagglefoot] #4676626
02/24/18 03:59 PM
02/24/18 03:59 PM
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MTL, CANADA
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Still pricey but its your choice and your cash, I wont criticize that. smile


2007 Corolla Red Pearl 155k miles
PP 0w20 & ST 4967

Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: CKN] #4676664
02/24/18 04:28 PM
02/24/18 04:28 PM
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On the road Midwest
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Originally Posted By: CKN
Just look at all the over priced products.........


Until this moment, I've never been on this forum and criticized the folks who go to wally world and brag about finding $2.00 filters or $1.59 oil; go ahead and change your oil at 3 or 5K. I'm not into twice monthly changes; Amsoil stands up to the long hauls. As has been well stated, my money, my oil. I use Amsoil and have been for a number of years...don't like, don't buy it. My UOA with Amsoil tell me all I need to know. Can you name ANY OTHER filter that puts their efficiency, beta rating and micron rating right on the filter? At least with Amsoil, you know what you're getting.

I'll repeat what I've said in the past: I've heard critics decry Amsoil pricing; I've never seen legitimate (UOA) criticism of their PRODUCTS on this forum.

I am a PROUD Amsoil user.



2003 Lesabre
2004 Lesabre
2004 Impala
If ur NOT doing UOA then you're throwing away good oil or your engine is already damaged. Choose.
Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: Snagglefoot] #4676711
02/24/18 05:11 PM
02/24/18 05:11 PM
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SE Texas
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I use their gear oil, transmission fluid, and UOA kits, but have never tried the engine oil. I wish they would get into the retail market instead of the MLM platform they currently use.


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Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: Ihatetochangeoil] #4676726
02/24/18 05:23 PM
02/24/18 05:23 PM
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Originally Posted By: Ihatetochangeoil
Originally Posted By: CKN
Just look at all the over priced products.........


Until this moment, I've never been on this forum and criticized the folks who go to wally world and brag about finding $2.00 filters or $1.59 oil; go ahead and change your oil at 3 or 5K. I'm not into twice monthly changes; Amsoil stands up to the long hauls. As has been well stated, my money, my oil. I use Amsoil and have been for a number of years...don't like, don't buy it. My UOA with Amsoil tell me all I need to know. Can you name ANY OTHER filter that puts their efficiency, beta rating and micron rating right on the filter? At least with Amsoil, you know what you're getting.

I'll repeat what I've said in the past: I've heard critics decry Amsoil pricing; I've never seen legitimate (UOA) criticism of their PRODUCTS on this forum.

I am a PROUD Amsoil user.

thumbsup


2008 Ford F350
2003 Chevy Cavalier
2011 Nissan Quest
1986 Pontiac Trans Am
1940 Ford 9N Tractor
Amsoil lubes and filters!
Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: CKN] #4676761
02/24/18 06:09 PM
02/24/18 06:09 PM
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UT
BHopkins Offline
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Originally Posted By: CKN
Just look at all the over priced products.........


That didn't take long.


2013 Subaru Outback 2.5i - Idemitsu 0W-20 & Mobil 1 filter
2003 Oldsmobile Alero 3.4 - M1 5W-30 & NAPA Gold filter
Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: Ihatetochangeoil] #4676776
02/24/18 06:32 PM
02/24/18 06:32 PM
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Illinois USA
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Illinois USA
Originally Posted By: Ihatetochangeoil
Originally Posted By: CKN
Just look at all the over priced products.........


Until this moment, I've never been on this forum and criticized the folks who go to wally world and brag about finding $2.00 filters or $1.59 oil; go ahead and change your oil at 3 or 5K. I'm not into twice monthly changes; Amsoil stands up to the long hauls. As has been well stated, my money, my oil. I use Amsoil and have been for a number of years...don't like, don't buy it. My UOA with Amsoil tell me all I need to know. Can you name ANY OTHER filter that puts their efficiency, beta rating and micron rating right on the filter? At least with Amsoil, you know what you're getting.

I'll repeat what I've said in the past: I've heard critics decry Amsoil pricing; I've never seen legitimate (UOA) criticism of their PRODUCTS on this forum.

I am a PROUD Amsoil user.


thumbsup


04Ford Explorer PUP 5W-30/Puro PSL
99MB CLK320 Redline 5W-30/Mahle
08 MB SL550 M1 0W-40/OEM
09 BMW X5 3.0i Redline 5W-30/Mahle
11MB E350 Bluetec PP EuroL 5W-30/OEM
Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: Snagglefoot] #4676814
02/24/18 07:14 PM
02/24/18 07:14 PM
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Michigan
ZZman Online content
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I really dislike negative comnents on this forum. If you have nothing positive or constructive to add why comment?

I like the pic myself

Last edited by ZZman; 02/24/18 07:15 PM.

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2008 Sebring Hardtop convertible. Rotella T6 Multi-Vehicle oil
2006 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 LT. Amsoil Metric 10w-40
Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: Snagglefoot] #4676885
02/24/18 08:32 PM
02/24/18 08:32 PM
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Because there are comparable products that will do the same intervals for half the price. I was once an Amsoil “fan.” There simply is just no logical reason to pay the premium anymore. So the folks who point this out are simply stating the obvious. If that’s taken as a “negative” comment then feel free to prove it wrong.

Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: e55amgbenz007] #4676891
02/24/18 08:36 PM
02/24/18 08:36 PM
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Originally Posted By: e55amgbenz007
Because there are comparable products that will do the same intervals for half the price. I was once an Amsoil “fan.” There simply is just no logical reason to pay the premium anymore. So the folks who point this out are simply stating the obvious. If that’s taken as a “negative” comment then feel free to prove it wrong.


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Schaeffers 9000 5w20 / Fram Ultra
Re: For the Amsoil Fans [Re: e55amgbenz007] #4676911
02/24/18 08:52 PM
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On the road Midwest
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Originally Posted By: e55amgbenz007
Because there are comparable products that will do the same intervals for half the price. I was once an Amsoil “fan.” There simply is just no logical reason to pay the premium anymore. So the folks who point this out are simply stating the obvious. If that’s taken as a “negative” comment then feel free to prove it wrong.


Not saying if you're right or wrong; just post your UOA of "comparable products that will do the same intervals for half the price." Here's 25K on the oil and the lab says "suitable for continued use" and TBN strong at 4.77 https://www.bobistheoilguy.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/4406759/Re:_centrifuge#Post4406759

I pay about $8.25 per quart. Now it's up to you. Post a UOA at 25K or above on the oil, with a lab report showing "suitable for continued use" with the oil of your choice for 1/2 the price of Amsoil. If you can't do this, then I'm calling bovine manure on your unfounded claim.

My money, my oil. Don't take this personally; for you to be able to insult me, I must first value your opinion. Post your UOA.



2003 Lesabre
2004 Lesabre
2004 Impala
If ur NOT doing UOA then you're throwing away good oil or your engine is already damaged. Choose.
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