MSOIL CUSTOMER JEFF STULL of Racine, WI puts AMSOIL in everything he gets his hands
on. Stull uses AMSOIL 10W-30 Synthetic Motor Oil in his 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan, his
1992 Dodge conversion van, and his 1996 Geo Metro. He's also running AMSOIL products
in his riding lawn tractor and push mower. Stull has converted his daughter's 1999 Chevy
Malibu and his son's 1996 Plymouth Voyager to AMSOIL products as well.
"I started out using Mobil 1 back in the mid 1970's," said Stull. "I later heard
of AMSOIL, and that it was a better synthetic oil." Stull made the switch five years
ago. He's convinced AMSOIL saved one engine from certain doom.
Stull related the story of when his son, Isaac, was driving his Voyager behind a
truck and debris started falling from the truck. "Instead of avoiding it, he drove over
the stuff and, without knowing it, put a hole in the oil pan," Stull said.
Isaac was 2.5 miles form home when he noticed the oil light was turning on and off,
and for the final 1.3 miles, the light stayed on. Stull inspected the van when his son
arrived. "There was no oil in the oil pan," said Stull. "I thought the motor the motor
was now junk."
Stull plugged the hole in the oil pan, added more AMSOIL Synthetic 15W-40 and started
the engine. "There was absolutely no motor noise," said Stull.
Stull took the car straight to his local repair shop and told them what had happened.
They removed the oil pan, rod caps and main bearings, and found absolutely no damage.
"This car has over 144,000 miles on it, and no parts were replaced at all," said
Stull. "AMSOIL saved the motor."