What cheap shots? All facts as far as I know. Care to prove otherwise?quote:Originally posted by ADFD1:
Tim took his cheap shots at Red Line, and a few at Mobil 1 5W30, and the Valvoline deal.
Many do and are covered by both the manufacturers and AMSOIL's warranty. No problems. The 3500 Texas State Police go 20,000 miles "Severe Service" oil change intervals with no problems for the past 10 years, better than advertised.quote:Originally posted by ADFD1: Some people might be under the impression you can pour Amsoil into a new car, and drive it for 35,000 miles w/o changing, if you drive under "normal conditions".
Please do. And include their name, the owners name, name and address of the business. AMSOIL would like to send them something regarding the law.quote:Originally posted by ADFD1:Maybe someone here can ask their dealer next time they have their car in for service, and let us know. Ask something like, "I read on the internet about Amsoil, and they said if I drive under normal conditions and use SSO 0W30 I can change my oil every year or 35,000 miles". "What do you think Mr. Service writer?" "Is there any downside for me if I have an oil related problem?" Post the answers here. Maybe in other parts of the US they'll say sure drive 35,000 miles and follow Amsoils advice no problem". I have my doubts. If there is a member here who is a service writer or knows one maybe they can respond here. This could put a lot of this to rest once and for all.
Maybe because I never commented negatively about them, just stated undisputed facts.quote:Originally posted by ADFD1:No one from Red Line or Mobil came in ready to rumble when Tim commented negatively about them.
Exactly. Quality and reputation sells. That is why AMSOIL has had record sales and increased market share, while the motor oil business as a whole was down 20% last year.quote:Originally posted by ADFD1:A true first rate product doesn't need to be defended, or constantly pushed down peoples throats.