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Old 05-26-2006, 02:32 PM   #11
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wilren what kind of study have you done on oil and i would suggest b4 u start talking crap to me about amsoil oil u need to go to their website and look at it and study it and you will see what i mean.

And i will be running a napa gold oil filter or maybe an amsoil 30,000 mile oil filter if they have one available for my car yet
Derek, who'* talking crap here? Obviously you know alot more about oil than we do, so I simply asked you a question.

THEIR website is slanted in their favor. Imagine that. If you actually research, you'll find that many of their claims are being debunked. It'* GOOD oil. It'* NOT all that they claim.

A little research for you in the Dodge Truck Forums might do some good.

Instead of running off at the mouth when I ask you a question, try answering the question instead. You SHOULD have an answer considering you obviously chose the oil for a reason.
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Old 05-26-2006, 02:42 PM   #12
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Feel free to comment further in this topic if you choose to, but the topic author is no longer with us.

(4th violation of Forum rules and guidelines in a week)

Not to mention an extremely rude PM sent to an Admin, the second one today.
I don't have time for punks that have all the knowledge in the world and obviously don't need this Forum because they're so damn smart and rude.

To sum up my comments, I agree with Daman that Amsoil is GOOD oil. It is NOT the world'* best cure-all magic potion. The claims on Amsoil'* site should be taken with a grain of salt since they test their own products. I know there are some Auto Forums out there that are not impressed or pleased with Amsoil, and others that are.

I have yet to find any negative reaction to Mobil1.
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but the topic author is no longer with us.

(4th violation of Forum rules and guidelines in a week)
lol....that was fast
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Feel free to comment further in this topic if you choose to, but the topic author is no longer with us.

(4th violation of Forum rules and guidelines in a week)

Not to mention an extremely rude PM sent to an Admin, the second one today.
I don't have time for punks that have all the knowledge in the world and obviously don't need this Forum because they're so damn smart and rude.

To sum up my comments, I agree with Daman that Amsoil is GOOD oil. It is NOT the world'* best cure-all magic potion. The claims on Amsoil'* site should be taken with a grain of salt since they test their own products. I know there are some Auto Forums out there that are not impressed or pleased with Amsoil, and others that are.

I have yet to find any negative reaction to Mobil1.
Good job Bill, I hate that crap to. we dont need people like that on these forums!!
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Excuse me while I wipe my eyes for a moment.

Ok, now back on the oil topic. If it'* even worth it to you guys.

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Feel free to comment further in this topic if you choose to, but the topic author is no longer with us.

(4th violation of Forum rules and guidelines in a week)

Not to mention an extremely rude PM sent to an Admin, the second one today.
I don't have time for punks that have all the knowledge in the world and obviously don't need this Forum because they're so damn smart and rude.

To sum up my comments, I agree with Daman that Amsoil is GOOD oil. It is NOT the world'* best cure-all magic potion. The claims on Amsoil'* site should be taken with a grain of salt since they test their own products. I know there are some Auto Forums out there that are not impressed or pleased with Amsoil, and others that are.

I have yet to find any negative reaction to Mobil1.
I can't believe he tried to wrong you! You have over 30k posts and seniority on this forum and he acts like he'* a genius and nobody knows better than him. We had a smartmouth over at fiero.nl that got banned for his smartmouth remarks!
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If it'* even worth it to you guys.

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know all about BITOG,, i live on that site,,very good info!!!
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Excuse me while I wipe my eyes for a moment.

Ok, now back on the oil topic. If it'* even worth it to you guys.

www.bobistheoilguy.com
LOL

But yeah i would like to talk about this more, im always look for the best products to use and buy.

How about we start a new thred and get out of this Tainted one
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I can't believe he tried to wrong you! You have over 30k posts and seniority on this forum and he acts like he'* a genius and nobody knows better than him. We had a smartmouth over at fiero.nl that got banned for his smartmouth remarks!
My post count doesn't make me the smartest SOB here, nor do my own car skills and knowledge. Neither the post count or my knowledge puts me in a position above anyone else here. There are many here that know more than I do about alot of things.

My position as Administrator here is another story. His comments to me via PM this morning and his sheer rudeness in my other topics last week would have him fired from any job. Respect for authority is the only reason this Forum has any sense of civilized behavior.
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I have been running Mobil 1. I am going to swtich to AMS oil, as I feel it is JUST AS good or equivilant to mobil 1, reason for switching, i can get AMS at a VERY discounted price for my self at work.
However, i belive that any oil will work, you just have to keep up with the intervals
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