Tag Archives: OEM

Lubricant specifications are here to help.   Matt Erickson | DIRECTOR, TECHNICAL PRODUCT MANAGEMENT Specs can be confusing if you miss these three points. Let’s step back in time for a minute. It’s the 1920s. You’re cruising around town in your Ford* Model A or maybe your Nash* Advanced Six Coupe. You’re off to the […]

Why You Should Be Wary About Using Break In Oil in Powersports Equipment John Baker|Sep 25, 2017 1:32 PM Marco Navarro asks on our Facebook page about break in oil, with attention paid to powersports engines. Thanks for the question, Marco. Let’s get to it. Maintaining an engine is a constant fight against wear. Over time, wear not […]

Your Polaris, Ski-Doo and Arctic Cat Dealer Can’t Void Your Warranty for Using Aftermarket Parts or Lubricants Andy Arendt|Jan 18, 2018 8:47 AM As in the automotive market, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have introduced new snowmobiles, UTVs and other powersports equipment with advanced materials and new technologies. Prices have risen considerably the past 10 years, […]

Demand makes it easy to Sell AMSOIL Synthetic Snowmobile Oil Join us as a dealer and take advantage of our dominance in the sledding and other markets. Believe it or not, winter is right around the corner. When talking to snowmobilers this season, make sure to uncover their needs and recommend the correct AMSOIL snowmobile […]

Why do European Vehicles Require Special Oil? John Baker|Jul 05, 2017 7:43 AM   For all the grin-inducing benefits of owning a European car – finely tuned performance, sophisticated styling, prestige – they can be a pain to own. According to this list, four of the top five most expensive vehicles to maintain hail from across […]