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Old 02-13-2013, 12:43 AM
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Where can you buy Amsoil Saber locally?

Is this stuff at 80.1 ratio the bees knees?
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Old 02-13-2013, 01:43 AM
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Is this stuff at 80.1 ratio the bees knees?
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Yes it id ol boy yes it is. Ive been on it for 5 years now
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Old 02-13-2013, 01:44 AM
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You can buy it at napa my man
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:00 PM
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You can buy it at napa my man
If your local NAPA retailer (they're franchises) decides to also be a Amsoil dealer than yes, you can buy it there. Amsoil is not distributed by NAPA and will not be found in about 99% of the NAPA stores.

The best way to buy Amsoil is to get a group of at least 2 people and split the costs to be a preferred customer. You get dealer pricing and you can order in bulk. The more you buy at one time, the cheaper the shipping is per item.

I have a buddy in Maryland that splits the costs with me. We see each other at least 3 times a year and we also have other friends that come down. It makes it easy to move Amsoil around without having to ship it from me to him.
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:05 PM
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If your local NAPA retailer (they're franchises) decides to also be a Amsoil dealer than yes, you can buy it there. Amsoil is not distributed by NAPA and will not be found in about 99% of the NAPA stores.

The best way to buy Amsoil is to get a group of at least 2 people and split the costs to be a preferred customer. You get dealer pricing and you can order in bulk. The more you buy at one time, the cheaper the shipping is per item.

I have a buddy in Maryland that splits the costs with me. We see each other at least 3 times a year and we also have other friends that come down. It makes it easy to move Amsoil around without having to ship it from me to him.
Richard I have a commercial account that was set up free of charge. I'm paying $8.30 for a single quart of Saber and $7.89 a quart if I buy a case. How does that compare to preferred customer pricing? Deciding if I need to go the preferred route or not.
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:13 PM
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Richard I have a commercial account that was set up free of charge. I'm paying $8.30 for a single quart of Saber and $7.89 a quart if I buy a case. How does that compare to preferred customer pricing? Deciding if I need to go the preferred route or not.
Same price. I'm a dealer.
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:13 PM
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Same price. I'm a dealer.
Thank you sir.
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Old 02-13-2013, 09:24 PM
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I use at least two cases of quarts a year. I have always mixed it 100 to 1. Usually 25 gallons at a time. That lasts us about a week. I have almost all Stihl stuff- 30 or so pieces. Never had an oil related failure.
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