Our friends at Team Hybrid have been keeping busy with several high-profile show appearances, magazine features and maintaining their reputation as bona fide standard bearers on the import tuner scene. As the year winds to a close, let’s take a look at some of their recent headlines and congratulate them as they head into their
Are you in the holiday spirit? The season is bustling, and everyone is burning the candle at both ends. There’s no time to waste, especially stuck on the side of the road after the diesel fuel in your car or truck froze overnight. Are you prepared?
If you’ve been following along, this is my third installment of things I’ve learned as a result of working here at AMSOIL these past many years.
Last week I was asked to share some of the things I’ve learned during my career at AMSOIL. To be frank, the list is much longer than what I have time to share here, but it’s sure been fun reflecting on some of the highlights. Here are five more bits, pieces, observations and discoveries.
Hunting season in the upper Midwest passed quickly this year. Some diehards, however, just can’t put down their shotguns quite yet, so it’s back to the fields for some late-season pheasant. Count me among that group.
While discussing blog ideas recently, someone asked that I write about some of the things I’ve learned at AMSOIL since I will be retiring at the end of the year. The list grew long quite rapidly, and when I hit 20 I thought I should stop, even though I suspect I could list 100 things
First Signature Series Synthetic Motor Oil, then XL Synthetic Motor Oil. Now, OE Synthetic Motor Oil is our latest oil to undergo a formulation change and facelift.
When my brother Ron and his wife were young, they took up scuba diving. They love adventure and they’ve always loved to travel, so scuba diving seemed an exciting way to see the world. The natural beauty beneath the sea can be dazzling. I’ve been told there’s nothing quite like swimming with sharks in their
It depends on your vehicle, driving conditions and differential fluid quality. That’s a pretty vague answer, but it’s true. If you drive your truck primarily on the highway in temperate conditions and rarely tow or haul, you likely don’t need to change front or rear differential fluid very often.
I don’t know about you folks, but the cool, crisp air, scent of foliage turning and the months of September, October, November and December are my favorite months. It’s no secret that I’m a northern-Minnesota boy who doesn’t like the heat, so bring on the cool temps common to fall.