– 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.
— Photograph by Stephen M. Dawes 2014
New AMSOIL Synthetic V-Twin Transmission Fluid and AMSOIL Synthetic V-Twin Primary Fluid are purpose-built for bikers who prefer a dedicated transmission or primary lubricant over a multi-use product. Available from Steve in Chambersburg (717) 658-1256 or M&S Harley-Davidson (717) 709-9650.
– Iron Weed Wildflower, photograph by Stephen M. Dawes 2014
New AMSOIL 20W-40 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil (MVI) is formulated to provide premium protection for Victory and model-year 2013 and newer Indian motorcycles.
Call Steve (717) 658-1256 to get in Chambersburg or order Online.
– Get in the swim use Amsoil.
Fuel economy improvements are additive.
In other words you get a percentage improvement in each case where you switch to better component lubes.
For-instance, you get a 3-5% for switching the motor to premium Amsoil Synthetic, 3-5% for switching the transmission and 3-5% for switching the differentials.
So this means a 9-15% total improvement.
Other steps can add even more like the use of a fuel treatment periodically. 2-6%.
All in all, you can hope for up to 30%.
Of course you still get the other benefits of superior lubes, such as, longer lasting transmissions and motors, as well as, the opportunity for long oil change intervals — 25,000 miles.
– Photo by Steve Dawes 2015
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Coolant may not seem important but it is.
The longevity of your motor and transmission depend on it.
It even effects fuel economy.
Your vehicle gets its best fuel economy when it is at proper operating temperature. Propylene Glycol makes it come to operating temperature sooner. Fuel efficiency is improved.
Today OEM’s use the cheapest coolants they possibly can. This lowers manufacturing costs and thus increases their profits.
Antifreeze, even Propylene Glycol, is relatively cheap.
Switch to Amsoil’s Propylene Glycol and save money.
Heat is the enemy as far as your drive train is concerned.
Pick up in Chambersburg from Steve (717) 658-1256 or order online GLYCOL. “>href=”http://www.amsoil.com/shop/find/product/ant?zo=507191″>
– Get in the swim, use Amsoil.
Amsoil 0w40 4-Stroke is the oil of choice for ATV, UTV users. It is specially formulated to do the job.
Pick up at Steve’s in Chambersburg (717) 658-1256 or order online by taking the LINK.
Amsoil 20w50 Motorcycle Oil and Filters. Fuel additives – Quickshot , Chain Bar Lube, 75w90 110, 140 for your tranny. Motorcycle oil. Pick up from Steve in Chambersburg(717) 658-1256.Or order online LINK.
– Rough Rides are tough doggy, switch to Shock Therapy.
Eliminates shock fade and inconsistent dampening. Performs much better in temperature extremes. Provides quicker rebound. Order Online.
Featured Wildflower — Bluetts, Photograph by Steve Dawes 2014
There was a 55 Chevy Wagon, red. I think Dad bought that new but sold it pretty soon. I was disappointed
There was a Renault Dauphine, an amazing piece of French junk that broke down all the time. I tried to talk Dad into buying a VW but to no avail. He bought the Renault. Later Randy and I got a 1966 Yellow Chevelle Super Sport 396. I think Randy put a cam in it. That thing rocked. I dated Joanne in it. Later I did buy a VW myself.
Next, I bought a 72 Vette with automatic so Joanne could drive it. Kendra, a baby, sat in between us on the center console. As a result, she unlike her mother, had no problem with stick shifts later in life.
I remember the 76 Chrysler Custom Newport. The biggest car ever made. Kendra learned to drive in it. She called it the hearse. I figured if something hit her she would win.
In the early 90’s I got the 91 Mazda Navaho (Ford Explorer) and 93 Oldsmobile Bravada. Both SUV’s are still running with their original drive trains because of Amsoil. I have to wonder how long the others would have lasted with Amsoil.