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AGGRAND:

AGGRAND Organic Fertilizer is USDA Organic. The product contains high quality material including Atlantic Sea Kelp.

Sales of organic products jumped $35.1 Billion in 2013. The fastest growth rate in 5 years.

Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that the number of certified organic farms in the U.S. increased to 19,474 last year of 27,814 globally.

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Pictured Wildflower – Spiderwort. Photo by Steve Dawes 2014

The main reason I take ALTRUM Supplements is that they have ultra high quality while offering deep discounts for consumers.

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Oil Lesson #2

– Hepatica Wildflower, photo by Steve Dawes 2015

Premium Synthetic Oil is handcrafted just like any other product.

It’s composed of a base stock and a large number of additives to get the quality characteristics desired.

Over a dozen additives are used, anti-foaming, anti-corrosion, acidity reducers and many others.

The differences in quality can make a huge difference in your life, saving time and money.

Switching from conventional oil or a cheap synthetic to Amsoil produces a savings of $1000.00/year for the average driver.

Switching from a well made Synthetic like Mobile 1 to Amsoil produces $500/year savings for the average driver.

Since you are stopping for gas less frequently you save time too.
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Magnesium

-Unidentified Wildflowers — photograph by Steve Dawes 2015

As you may know from past blogs magnesium and vitamin D
are big deficiency areas for most Americans (60-90%).

Magnesium is now missing from our tillable soil and because we are indoors a lot not enough sunlight/vitamin D. Time spent in your car does not count because ultraviolet cannot penetrate.

Magnesium is needed by the entire body. Lack of Magnesium in the brain can cause depression, anxiety and poor memory.

If you garden or are part of a gardening co-op you may want to consider using AGGRAND Organic Fertilizer as it contains Atlantic Sea Kelp. This builds the soil up and replaces missing components that are of course still in the oceans ( i.e. magnesium etc.).

A good way to restore magnesium in your body is to use a bath salt like Epsom Salts.

Magnesium is best absorbed through the skin.

To learn more take this link:

Steve Dawes, T-1 Certified Direct Jobber, Amsoil
(717) 658-1256


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Fuel Economy Cheat Sheet

FUEL SAVINGS CHEAT SHEET

(These amsoil premium products save on gas)

METHOD SAVINGS

Synthetic Motor Oil 3-5%

Synthetic ATF 3-5%

Synthetic Gear Lube 3-5%

Performance Improver Gas Treatmt 2-6%

Iridium Plugs Premium Wire Set 3-4%

Nanofiber Technology Air Filter 1-2%

Propylene Glycol Antifreeze .5%

Average Minimum Gas Savings Over Conventional Oil 15.5%

A gain of just 15% can cause savings of $400.00 for every 10,000 miles driven.

Get substantially longer engine and transmission life.

25,000 mile oil changes save time and even more money.

Steve Dawes, T-1 Certified Direct Jobber, Amsoil Synthetics

(717) 658-1256

EMAIL: Limosys@comcast.net

http:/www.LubeDealer.com/BetterMPG

WEB: www.SyntheticOil.me

( 93% of Americans still use conventional oil. This unfortunately pollutes the atmosphere and costs them $200-$2000/year per vehicle in fuel alone ).

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Estimating Fuel Savings

-Photo by Steve Dawes 2014

Only Certified Mechanical Engineers, usually with Mechanical Engineering Degrees, using 100’s of thousands of dollars worth equipment and ASTM testing standards can tell how good a lubricant is and what fuel economy improvements are at hand.

_Is there any chance that the average consumer can tell?_

Yes and No.

Keep in mind that fuel economy is determined by a lot of different variables.

Surprisingly one of the biggest is the weather. Frigid air is denser and more difficult to push through. Cold tires and pavement make for less traction. Also colder air temperature and colder fuel are more difficult for fuel systems to atomize. ( Variances are 5-30%). Everybody notices that in the winter they are getting poorer fuel economy.

This can totally wipe out real gains from using better components and premium lubricants from Amsoil.

But, there are of course many others: spark plugs, air filters, dirty fuel systems, faulty sensors, lubricity etc.

MPG gauges, if you have one, can be fooled too because they use the motors vacuum system to get their estimate. ( When your automatic transmission shifts to a lower gear your MPG gauge will report that your fuel economy has improved. This is not the case, your motor vacuum has changed.)

So, what can the average consumer do?

_Run a Controlled Experiment._

That’s one reason my Fuel Economy Cheat Sheet suggest doing the entire drive-train and using fuel additives along with other premium replacement part choices.

Prior to the age of ethanol we only had to use a fuel treatment once or twice a year. Unfortunately, the ethanol molecule separates from the petroleum molecule with the slightest condensation and sinks to the bottom of your gas tank.

Amsoil’s Performance Improver Fuel Treatment (PI) is designed to be used every 4000 miles. ( Also, Amsoil makes specific fuel treatments for diesels and small engines). Savings in fuel, on average, for someone who consumes 100 gallons of gas a month are roughly $45) Bottle PI costs $8.50 (Preferred Customer) so subtract that out.

Steve Dawes, T-1 Certified Direct Jobber, Amsoil Synthetics
(717) 658-1256
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