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I own a convienience store in nh, and i sell amsoil for 20 bucks a gal... is this a good deal?
 

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I bought a 30 gal drum direct from amsoil, i had to pay for a yr membership. but with that, the oil, & the shipping the cost per gal. was close to $14. that was a yr ago.
 

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Originally posted by burly1@Dec 13 2002, 06:49 PM
I own a convienience store in nh, and i sell amsoil for 20 bucks a gal... is this a good deal?
Guess it depends on your market. I get it for $16/ga pre-season...but I wouldn't expect to get it for that on the trail in the middle of nowhere. Are guys leaving your store in trucks or on sleds after their purchase? Marc
 

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Roughly $20/gallon...will have to do the online thing next.

What does Amsoil smell like burned? My recollection was that it resembled the lovely smell of burning sliders...is this true?
 

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Depends on which oil you are talking about, the 2000 race oil I get for 23.90 almost 24 there is also a synthetic that I get for just over 14 tax included. Become a dealer for 20 bucks and get it for dealer cost, will have to pay shipping on it .
 

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Just picked up a case of 12 quarts for 54.00, from a guy down the street that is a distributor. I live in southeast corner of NH.
 

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$32 a gallon for the racing series, and $23 a gallon for the 2000 series.
 

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Whe you go to the swap meets, find the amsoil guys, take a minute to fill out the dealer paperwork and i buy it from them at cost.

12.50 gallon is what i paid. (Bought 2 cases) Even if you dont want to do the paperwork deal, bargain with them. No flames, but the amsoil dealer are a dime a dozen.
19.00 is the cost they try to sell it for to make $$ on it.

Pat
 
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