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Old 09-15-2014, 07:19 AM   #1
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Amsoil

We have worked out way through our Amsoil supply and now need to replenish.

Does anyone have a reliable Amsoil source with good pricing?

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Re: Amsoil

Why not just become a dealer? Can't recall what it cost per year to be one but with a diesel it's well worth it.
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Old 09-15-2014, 11:39 AM   #3
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It is $20/year.
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Re: Amsoil

I was a dealer initially, but I didn't want the hassle and the mound of materials that arrive in the mail. I don't mind paying retail or discounted retail if possible and letting someone else deal with all that.
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I was a dealer initially, but I didn't want the hassle and the mound of materials that arrive in the mail. I don't mind paying retail or discounted retail if possible and letting someone else deal with all that.
I get a magazine a quarter, that is it. However, I just realized I'm a preferred customer, not a dealer. I'm not sure how much of a discount there is, but I know it is worth the $20.
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