EPautos officialy welcomes AMSOIL Dealer Vic Sorlie as our latest advertiser. I am personally as well as professionally happy about this – because while it’s nice to have another advertiser, it’s even nicer to have an advertiser whose products I can personally vouch for and recommend to you. I use AMSOIL in my vehicles. Just as I have a V1 perched on the dashpad of every car I drive. Much as I like to make money, I will never shill for a product or service I don’t use myself – and know to be top drawer. The new AMSOIL ad is live on the right-hand side of the EPautos.com main page. Please click – and check out what they’ve got to offer!
In addition to car engine oil, AMSOIL also sells gear oil for manual transmissions/transfer cases and rear axles as well as their own ATF-style fluid for gearboxes that specify Dexron III or similar ATF. See here for more. And if you check their prices, you’ll discover they’re not appreciably higher than what you’d pay for other high-end lubricants such as Mobil 1 (which, by the way, won’t – or hasn’t yet, as far as I know – submitted their stuff to a direct, side-by-side third party test vs. AMSOIL).
On the not-so-great side of the ledger, I’m sweating the pie chart again. Take a look yourself and see what I mean. We’re not quite halfway where we need to be – and we’re about two-thirds of the way toward Feb. It’d be great if we could keep the trend going (three months’ running now) and end January in the black rather than the red. I’ve possibly found some tech support – but of course, he (like me) needs to earn a living. Which means I’ll need to pay him.
And as things stand, I can’t afford to do that.
And there is still the computer problem. My slow-running, apparently terminal hard drive’s gradual slide into the Great Beyond (or wherever dead computers end up). The damned thing croaked this morning – or I thought it had. Endless “spinning ball”… could not get it do anything. So I unplugged it – it was the only way to break the hold of said spinning ball. Then re-start. Only it didn’t. Blank screen. I did it again – and then it (with what I felt was reluctance) eventually booted back up. The thing is old and tired (like me) and I (like me) could croak for good at any time. In which case, EPautos will be in a pinch.
So, here we go: Please help us continue being Clover’s worst enemy.
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