Dealer Tip: Main AMSOIL Oil Filters to keep in stock

Often I get asked from new dealers which oil filters they should keep in stock. I recommend having at least one of each of all of them. I certainly couldn’t survive with the demand I have in Sioux Falls but for the dealer starting out or on a serious budget I will try to keep this list short.

Full size 25,000 mile oil filter

Actually I’ll list the top 10 in my area then continue the rest as must haves. Motorcycle oil filters are mentioned at the bottom as well as links to the technology which make our filters unique and a class of their own.

  1. EA15K51
  2. EA15K13
  3. EAO17
  4. EA15K50
  5. EAO42
  6. EAO11
  7. EA15K29
  8. EAO52
  9. EAO64 (Same as 32 but longer)
  10. EAO23
  11. EAO80
  12. EAO34
  13. EA15K32
  14. EA15K02
  15. EA15K09
  16. EAO99
  17. Ea15K12
  18. EAO15
  19. EAO98
  20. EAO24 (Same as 59 but longer)

I sell very few EA15K88’s due to their cost but as I sell 100’s or filters per week I do sell a few. Some areas you may have more Ford 6.0 diesel customers so stock these per requests.

I also sell 80+ EAOM 134 and EAOM-134C motorcycle filters. The EAOM103 is the best seller year round because most ATVs fit this to which are popular in colder climates when the motorcycle sales wane off.

I should also work on a list of all the frequent Mann and Wix best sellers but the one that outsells for several European cars which I sell a couple each month is the HU7262X

If you are an active dealer for your area customer will also likely be finding your number for their replacement bypass filters. Always have one each of the EABP-90, 100 and 120. I rarely sell the 110’s anymore. If you had to buy just one then make it the EABP-100

Learn more on the construction and why AMSOIL’s Ea Series oil filters are the only choice for those who have an affinity for proper motor maintenance.


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