The warranty provides parts and labor coverage for extended oil change intervals should the oil fail when used as directed. How does that protect AMSOIL? Looks like it protects the consumer. Compare that warranty to a 4,000 mile/4 month warranty that pays for 15 parts if the oil fails.quote:Originally posted by Big Bear:quote:Originally posted by Tim Vipond:I disagree. AMSOIL recommends extended oil change intervals, has a longer warranty, and outperforms the others in undisputed, independent ASTM testing.quote:Originally posted by Trajan:
Amsoil hasn't been proven to be a better oil over PP or PU or GC or M1..
Nobody here is buying this bogus SALES PITCH of independent ASTM testing, there WARRANTY is a joke, I have read it, and all it does is protect Amsoil.
I could have an Oil Company and pay for this ASTM Test and have it that my oil looks better than the competition, you think Amsoil is going to pay for a test that makes there competitions oil look better, give me a break.
OK, pay SouthWest Research Institute to run an ASTM test and have it prove that your oil looks better than the competition. Let's see what happens. AMSOIL's competitors have not disputed the test results. They would if they could, but they can't.