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Old 02-16-2012, 12:35 AM
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I have used amsoil in my last 3 trucks. 25000 mile with the amsoil hd filter, remember it supposed to be 25000 or once a year. Date to me means nothing. Oil doesn't break down in the oil pan. But I always change the filter at 12000 miles or around their. I have always gotten better gas mileage. Even when towing. My last truck Had amsoil in the trans transfer case rear and from diffs. I did a small test. And did everything at different times. Had the oil tested after 6000 miles and the oil came back at 98% oil life or better every time. Yes the rear gear oils is amazing. Slick as shit. The trans fluid is also super slick. Their is one oil I think is better but hard to find. I only use this in my snowmobiles. ITS called TORCO. I'd use it in my truck but like I said its hard to find. I'm not going to have oil shipped.
PS I also use the 100:1 in all my small engine 2 stroke engine's and love the increased power.
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