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Re:What if Amsoil at a Good Price?
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Re:What if Amsoil at a Good Price? 2 Years ago  
I'd be in for a gallon or 2 depending on price of 20-50
 
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Re:What if Amsoil at a Good Price? 2 Years ago  
I'm ready for Amsoil after Smoke's report last year.
 
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Re:What if Amsoil at a Good Price? 2 Years ago  
Just FYI I have been using Amsoil 20-50 and the gear oil. At 58k did the recall and the cylinders and valve train were immaculate.
I pay 51.25 with tax here for a gallon of 20-50.
I hope that this will work out.
Thanks for your efforts to put this together for the group.
Terry
 
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Re:What if Amsoil at a Good Price? 2 Years ago  
I'd be in for one or two gals.
 
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Re:What if Amsoil at a Good Price? 2 Years ago  
I'm in Quest... one gallon thanks
 
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Re:What if Amsoil at a Good Price? 2 Years ago  
How about you buy a 55gal drum and mail us a gal at a time in milk jugs?

 
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Re:What if Amsoil at a Good Price? 2 Years ago  
smokescreens wrote:
How about you buy a 55gal drum and mail us a gal at a time in milk jugs?


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Re:What if Amsoil at a Good Price? 2 Years ago  
Lug Nut wrote:
Hey JD....unrelated question....is there a preferred plug wire for using the easy tach? Is one more accurate than the other?

Apologies for the hijack: I use the front left plug wire and it works well. You will find on a dual tower coil that one wire is more consistent than the other. I have seen this, and had it explained by someone far smarter than me, but I can't relay the info. I will tell you that the same is true with induction type timing lights. It has to do with the polarity of the field generated by the spark.
 
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Re:What if Amsoil at a Good Price? 2 Years ago  
I use Mobil 1 but would be willing to change if we could get a group rate. Thanks for the leg work!!!
 
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Re:What if Amsoil at a Good Price? 2 Years ago  
I'll stick with mobil 20w-50. Higher zddp than Amdirt plus I still get it for $8-$9 qt on sale
 
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