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Synthetics being the right product for our diesel engines.

I have had a lot of arguments about Synthetics being the right product for our diesel engines. I want to answer your questions if you have any. We think of buying expensive parts to soup our trucks up why not buy the best oil to protect the parts you buy. Why cut cost in this area this is most important function of the engine itís the life blood of an engine the oil.
Next why not put very best filtering on the engine think of it as insurance.

The better you filter the oil the longer you can use the oil as you are removing the larger particles out of the oil we can filter down to 2 microns absolute. Our OEM filter can filter down to 16 microns absolute without even buying a by-pass filter.

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Amsoil 3000 5w 30 ,Amsoil EaAU Air Filter ,Amsoil Pre filter-EaPF13,
Amsoil Dual Remote By-pass BMK-16A, Amsoil ATF & Transfer case, Amsoil 75w-140 fluid front & rear end, Amsoil Antifreeze Fluid
Edge with Attitude, 4" Turbo Back Exhaust,
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, Transmission Magnefine filter, Sportman Tonneau Cover & Bush Fender Flairs
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Here is a link to www.dieselevents.com about Amsoil.
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2003 F250 FX4 SUPERCAB SPORT XLT 7.3 PSD
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Amsoil Dual Remote By-pass BMK-16A, Amsoil ATF & Transfer case, Amsoil 75w-140 fluid front & rear end, Amsoil Antifreeze Fluid
Edge with Attitude, 4" Turbo Back Exhaust,
5" SS Tip
, Transmission Magnefine filter, Sportman Tonneau Cover & Bush Fender Flairs
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Independent study of a Refuse Hauler Fleet using Amsoils AME 15w40 oil

I have a independent study for those who care.

It involves a Refuse Hauler Fleet using Amsoils AME 15w40 oil. They have the Navistar DT466.

Also here is a link to it.

I hope you find it usable.
Bill
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File Type: pdf G2695 - Refuse Hauler Fleet.pdf (1.29 MB, 21 views)


2003 F250 FX4 SUPERCAB SPORT XLT 7.3 PSD
Amsoil 3000 5w 30 ,Amsoil EaAU Air Filter ,Amsoil Pre filter-EaPF13,
Amsoil Dual Remote By-pass BMK-16A, Amsoil ATF & Transfer case, Amsoil 75w-140 fluid front & rear end, Amsoil Antifreeze Fluid
Edge with Attitude, 4" Turbo Back Exhaust,
5" SS Tip
, Transmission Magnefine filter, Sportman Tonneau Cover & Bush Fender Flairs
Now in the stable a new Black 2009 Jetta Sedan TDI


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