Phone Orders

Ordering AMSOIL products by phone is still the best way to obtain products. Just call (800) 777-7094 and when the operator asks please give her/him Referral Number: 1254295.

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Mon - Fri: 7:00AM - 7:00PM
Sat - Sun: Closed
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Amsoil Wholesale Accounts

preferred customer

Not only do you save up to 25 percent on AMSOIL products, you receive the following - Exclusive product and freight promotions • Free shipping on orders more than $100 • Earn points on purchases • Referral rewards.

commercial account

Commercial accounts are businesses or governmental entities that purchase AMSOIL products for vehicles and equipment used exclusively for business purposes. Commercial accounts cannot resell AMSOIL products.

home dealer

Join a community of like-minded people, represent a highly respected product line and chart your own path to success. You may put in as much time and effort as you desire. Sell directly to friends and family plus pay wholesale prices.

retail account

Retail accounts are businesses that operate out of a storefront or outlet with public access for customers. The business must also sell associated merchandise at retail prices or provide product as part of service.
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July 19, 2022

Amsoil Boat Maintenance Tips - Top 10

As fun as it is to own a boat, they can create headaches if you neglect maintenance. Follow these boat maintenance and boat engine maintenance tips to help you avoid expensive repairs and stay on the water.

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Prevent Diesel Fuel from Gelling in Cold Temperatures

Diesel fuel can gel in winter Diesel contains naturally occurring wax that solidifies in cold temperatures. Normally the wax is in liquid form, and due to its importance, we definitely want it in the solution. When temperatures drop, wax crystals form and cling to one another. As temperatures continue to decrease, formation continues until it restricts the flow of fuel through fuel filters, eventually stalling the engine. Wax formation in fuel is commonly known as “gelling.” Depending on the fuel, gelling can occur at temperatures barely below 32ºF (0ºC).

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July 14, 2022

What is the Difference Between GL4 & GL5 Gear Oil

The main difference between GL-4 and GL-5 gear oils is in the level of extreme-pressure (EP) additives. If you’ve ever purchased gear oil, or spent any time looking at gear-oil specifications, you have undoubtedly come across the API GL-4 and GL-5 specifications. You may have wondered, what is the difference between GL-4 and GL-5 gear oil? Where can I buy GL-4 and GL-5 gear oil?

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