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Is AMSOIL worth it

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I am thinking about switching to AMSOIL is it worth it or not?

I drive a 2004 FORD F-150 with the 5.4 3v 45,000 mi on it.

How long between oil changes? A buddy at work claims 15,000 between changes with filter changes every 5,ooo.

Currently I run Mobil 1 and change oil and filter every 5,000.

Thanks for the help in advance.

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I run amsoil in my 01 tahoe. my dealer/mechanic says 25000 miles an oil change with a filter at 12000. I change it once a year, since I only put 10000 miles on it in a year. if you average out the cost of oil changes every 3000, I think it's well worth the extra money and time saved to spend the money for a once a year oil change. the oil at the end of the year still looks new.

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i run it in my 07 impala. I change the filter every 10,000 and the oil and filter every 20,000. Saves money in the long run and is better for your vehicle.

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I run amsoil aand change the oil/filter once a year about 10,000 on the wifes jeep and about 7,500 on my truck.

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