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slick2526

amsoil dealer around Fargo,ND?

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Is their any stores in the Fargo/moorehead area that has amsoil?

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NAPA usually has it, otherwise you could order it from theoilman on this site.

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usually get mine at Fleet Farm in fargo

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AMSOIL Online Store Link

or toll free retail order line: 1-800-956-5695 please use referral #52257

Toll free wholesale order line: 1-800-777-7094 - you can become a preferred customer for $20.00 per year and save about 25% on all products. Once again please use referral #52257.

Ships from Superior, WI distribution UPS direct to your door - Fargo area should be 2 business day delivery

Or give me a call and I will be glad to answer your questions and handle it for you. 800-662-0532 (no calls after 8:00 pm central please).

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Berg Auto on I 29 frontage road by Acme tool carries it

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If you sign up for the preferred customer program thru the oil man, Napa will give you the preferred pricing.

Oilman, do you still get the credit being the preferred customer you signed up is doing the ordering or does the resaler doing the selling get the credit?

Just curious, normally I order on line thru your link, but I was in a hurry for some thing and needed it right away. I'd like to see you get the credit for the purchases and if a guy can save the shipping costs it would save a lot.

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If you buy it through another dealer or retailer I do NOT get credit for it.

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