Monday, November 19, 2012


Why Synthetics?
  • Superior wear protection
  • Excellent fuel economy
  • Outstanding extreme-temperature performance
Conventional lubricants are refined from crude oil. Contaminating elements such as sulfur, nitrogen, oxygen and metal components such as nickel or vanadium are inherent to crude oil and cannot be completely removed through the refining process. The oil refining process separates the various types of molecules in the oil by weight, leaving molecules similar in weight but dissimilar in structure.
Synthetic lubricants, on the other hand, are chemically engineered to form pure lubricants. Synthetic lubricants contain no contaminants or molecules that don't serve a designed purpose. They are made from molecules that are saturated with a higher percentage of carbon-hydrogen bonds, leaving fewer sites to which other, harmful molecules can attach and attack the molecular composition of the oil. In addition, their smooth, uniform lubricating molecules slip easily across one another. In short, synthetics' versatility and pure, uniform molecular structure impart properties that provide superior friction-reduction, optimum fuel efficiency, maximum film strength and extreme-temperature performance conventional lubricants just can't touch.
Did you know that you can purchase AMSOIL at wholesale prices with being a dealer? We have Preferred Customer accounts, which are designed for people wishing to buy at Dealer prices, but don't want a dealership. If you spend more than $100 per year on AMSOIL, I promise you will save more than the $20 it costs to be a Preferred Customer. If you doubt me, go to the AMSOIL ONLINE STORE and fill your cart with all the products for your vehicles. Check the total in the cart, then add the Preferred Customer membership, and see the price drop.
We also have Commercial Accounts for businesses that use our products. These accounts also purchase at wholesale, and receive some discounts based on quantity purchased over the course of 12 months. Farms and Ranches qualify as Commerical Accounts. Call Mike at 402-499-4301 to sign-up.
Do you own a retail store that wants to sell AMSOIL? You don't need to be a traditional auto store to sell AMSOIL, I know of a vaccuum shop that sells a lot of AMSOIL. However, if you own a repair shop or quick lube, we have products that will help you make more money. Call Mike at 402-499-4301 for more information.

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