Thursday, May 22, 2014

How Many Different Kinds of Motor Oil Do I Need?

In days of old the wheels of progress were greased with beef fat or whale blubber. Over time, in the mechanical/industrial age, more sophisticated lubricants were required, especially with the advent of the internal combustion engine.

As with everything else today, engines come in a variety of shapes and sizes with an equally vast diversity of applications. Because of the differences in these diverse applications, there is no such thing as a "one size fits all" motor oil. We do have a vast selection of lubricants for nearly everything you can drive, hence one of our current advertising campaigns is titled "AMSOIL for Any Engine."

Whether it's a weed whacker or Class 8 truck pulling trailers coast to coast over the open road, the engine needs lubrication. AMSOIL provides premium synthetic oils for both and everything in between. European cars? Yes. Two-stroke engines? Yes. Farm tractors? Yes. Ride around lawn mowers? Yes. 1950's Packards? Mini Coopers? Camaros? Pintos? Corvettes? Yes, yes, yes, yes and yes.

Visit the AMSOIL website to learn more about what your motor oil requirements are and how we can keep your motors running, whether you're heading out on the highway or just out to the back forty.

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