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Old 06-26-2012, 10:33 PM   #1
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Old 06-27-2012, 04:58 AM   #2
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Can you give us an idea on prices......engine/gear oil?
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Shouldn't this be setup in the Vendor sections?
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Old 06-27-2012, 07:21 AM   #5
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Can you give us an idea on prices......engine/gear oil?
I can post some prices. But I have some many different kinda of oil/ gear oil. If you follow the link it gives u my stuff.
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Old 06-27-2012, 10:21 AM   #9
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I can post some prices. But I have some many different kinda of oil/ gear oil. If you follow the link it gives u my stuff.
Ya, I checked 5w30 full synthetic and I can get Mobile 1 at Costco cheaper.

Was just curious?
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Old 06-27-2012, 11:41 AM   #10
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Ya, I checked 5w30 full synthetic and I can get Mobile 1 at Costco cheaper.

Was just curious?
I have 3 different kinds of 5w30. The sig series 25,000 miles, XL series 10,000 miles, also the OE series 6,000 miles.

If I remember right mobile 1 last 7,000 miles.

Also AmsOil is only full synthetic.
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I can set u up as a PC. Under me and u will have your prices.but before that I need some sales from you so I know that you are a preferred customer.
?????

All I have to do to become a PC is send Amsoil $10 and I don't have to deal with a dealer. Direct sales at PC prices for 6 months. Stock up and let the PC expire for 2 years, lather, rinse, repeat.
No need for the MLM religion.
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Old 06-27-2012, 09:28 PM   #13
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I have 3 different kinds of 5w30. The sig series 25,000 miles, XL series 10,000 miles, also the OE series 6,000 miles.

If I remember right mobile 1 last 7,000 miles.

Also AmsOil is only full synthetic.
M1 has an EP that'll do 15k, but the standard M1 is just fine for as long as Blackstone says it's good (which has been as long as 10k in my experience, I've never pushed it longer even though Blackstone said it was good).

If I fuck up my engine running the Sig series to 25k, is Amsoil going to replace it? Didn't think so.
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?????

All I have to do to become a PC is send Amsoil $10 and I don't have to deal with a dealer. Direct sales at PC prices for 6 months. Stock up and let the PC expire for 2 years, lather, rinse, repeat.
No need for the MLM religion.

Yes you are 100% correct. If you like to become a PC you can use my dealer ZO number 5093789.

Also you can also use my ZO number if you would like to be comes a dealer for; your self.
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Old 06-28-2012, 06:53 AM   #15
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M1 has an EP that'll do 15k, but the standard M1 is just fine for as long as Blackstone says it's good (which has been as long as 10k in my experience, I've never pushed it longer even though Blackstone said it was good).

If I fuck up my engine running the Sig series to 25k, is Amsoil going to replace it? Didn't think so.
Don't get me wrong m1 is good oil also. But I was just saying in general that amsoil last longer if u pay more.

No oil company will fix your motor. Well I have seen the valvoline have some warranty thing.
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No oil company will fix your motor. Well I have seen the valvoline have some warranty thing.
Mobil-1 claims warranty as well, but they also say that if you are still under the factory warranty, to stick with factory intervals.
So there's not a chance that Mobil will cover you during the factory warranty... I'm just waiting to hear of an actual claim out of factory warranty.

But I suspect that it won't happen because in general, people who are going to invest in synthetic are going to be more aware of their maintenance needs and catch issues before they become problems.

Likewise, the guy with the picture of his wife and kids taped over the cluster and "idiot lights" is not likely to be buying Mobil-1 unless Jiffy Lube is having a sale on it.
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Mobil-1 claims warranty as well, but they also say that if you are still under the factory warranty, to stick with factory intervals.
So there's not a chance that Mobil will cover you during the factory warranty... I'm just waiting to hear of an actual claim out of factory warranty.

But I suspect that it won't happen because in general, people who are going to invest in synthetic are going to be more aware of their maintenance needs and catch issues before they become problems.

Likewise, the guy with the picture of his wife and kids taped over the cluster and "idiot lights" is not likely to be buying Mobil-1 unless Jiffy Lube is having a sale on it.
I really didn't know of that warranty..
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I have 3 different kinds of 5w30. The sig series 25,000 miles, XL series 10,000 miles, also the OE series 6,000 miles.

If I remember right mobile 1 last 7,000 miles.

Also AmsOil is only full synthetic.
Its a Group III/IV synthetic, just as Mobil 1 is. That means, its a "Man Made" oil using dyno oil as a base and chemically modified petroleum components rather than whole crude oil.
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?????

All I have to do to become a PC is send Amsoil $10 and I don't have to deal with a dealer. Direct sales at PC prices for 6 months. Stock up and let the PC expire for 2 years, lather, rinse, repeat.
No need for the MLM religion.
That's what I did years ago and keep it up since I've used Amsoil for 20 years now. Great products. It was the only thing that kept my VDubs running and cool.
Great investment if you use their products; the PC that is.
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