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AMSOIL Motor Oils, transmission, filters, bypass kits, fuel additives. Everything to increase performance.

In Columbus you can call us to pick up at the AMSOIL warehouse. I'll take your order at 800-579-0580. Become a dealer so we can forward all local business to you!

Call these dealers for service.

Toledo/Findlay - Daniel Baird - 419-894-6908
VANDALIA - Gene Coomer 517-290-8102
COLUMBIANA (Youngstown) Mike Jones 330-692-3095


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Let us be your source for all fluids. AMSOIL enhances your driving experience in all seasons and we offer it because we know good business is offering our customers products which are of unique quality and offer results not found elsewhere.

Please consider AMSOIL throughout your vehicle if you want to greatly extend the life of the mechanical components by lowering temperatures, decreasing wear, eliminating deposits and reduce downtime.

Here in Columbus temperatures can drop extremely low. If you have never used AMSOIL Engine oils or the Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) you can expect start-up performance you would not have thought possible. The AMSOIL ATF is twice as fluid at -40 degrees than conventional ATF's and the engine oils offer instant start-up flow protection and enhanced mileage as they lower idling emissions and deposits which develop in winter conditions.

In the summer the AMSOIL ATF and GL-4 and 5 gear lubes lower temperatures from 10 to 50 degrees, last several times longer, enhance shifting performance (the #1 comment) and save gas. The diesel oils are in extreme high demand and also reduce engine and turbocharger temps, last at least twice as long and generally add 8% in fuel mileage.


AMSOIL is great for passenger cars and racing.

AMSOIL European Car Formula 5W-40 Now designated for VW 505.01

Our AMSOIL European Car Formula 5W-40 100% Synthetic Motor Oil has been newly reformulated to meet VW 505.01, Mercedes-Benz 229.51 and BMW LL-04 specifications. AMSOIL European Car Formula 5W-40, engineered with advanced AMSOIL synthetic technology, is the only motor oil in North America to be recommended for the latest specifications of all three major European automakers - Volkswagen (Audi), BMW and Mercedes-Benz, as well as the latest North American API specification. AMSOIL European Car Formula 5W-40 is highly versatile for multiple applications and provides second-to-none protection and performance in the most demanding operating conditions.

Stop by and save money on your next European Service. Benefit with AMSOIL's Universal ATF and enjoy lower temperatures from the superior transmission fluid.

AMSOIL AFL 5W40 is the consumers choice. Tested by SRI in San Antonio, it exceeds high pressure sheer requirements set by VW and breaks the monopoly here in the US.

AMSOIL Synthetic 5W-40 European Car Formula Motor Oil surpasses the most demanding European oil specifications. It is recommended for European gasoline and diesel vehicles, including but not limited to, Saab, Audi, Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Land Rover, Mini Cooper, BMW and Porsche


But the core of our customers are average commuters and commercial businesses looking to cut costs in fuel and average vehicle life. AMSOIL is known for it's ability to reduce downtime and serious costly mechanical failures in all applications: Automotive, Heavy-duty Equipment, Compressors, Lawn and Golf Course Equipment, Marine, Motorcycle and more.

AMSOIL bypass filter kits are available for install in Columbus, Ohio.When using AMSOIL, be sure to ask us about the Bypass kits if you are looking to keep your truck or car for the long run. This device when using AMSOIL engine oils virtually eliminate oil changes..
We have several different kits for all vehicles, both diesel and gasoline.

There is a high demand for all of our synthetic lubricants in the Columbus area but especially the Motorcycle, Diesel and two cycle products. We usually have what you need as the main distribution center is in the area.

Also contact us for all your 2-cycle, racing motor oils, synthetic greases and transmission gear and hydraulic fluids. For watercraft our Interceptor 2-cycle injector oil is one of the best selling items in the industry. Great for Sea Doo and all snowmobiles. Clean power valve operation for less cost.

With gas prices so high in Columbus and Dublin, AMSOIL has the solution. Add up to 9% to your mileage. You can normally reach 25,000 miles or one year before draining your oil.

Save even more with our new (EaA) - absolute efficiency nanofiber air filters guaranteed to last 100,000 miles or 4-years. At one year or 25,000 miles the AMSOIL (Ea) air filter can be cleaned by compressed air or vacuum at the same time as your oil change helping you consolidate maintenance. NO OIL NEEDED! This reduces your filter costs to about $9 per year rather than buying a new cellulose air filter every 10,000 miles. The new AMSOIL Ea Air filter is OEM Certified for fit and warranty compliance.

All products are produced in the USA.

Also don't forget about our best selling product as of late. The Motorcycle line. One important aspect of this line listed below:

Improved Transmission Protection

AMSOIL Synthetic Motorcycle Oils not only provide superior protection for motorcycle engines, they also provide superior gear protection, meeting API GL-1 gear lube viscosity requirements. AMSOIL Synthetic 10W-40 Motorcycle Oil (MCF) meets SAE 80W-90 gear lube requirements, while AMSOIL Synthetic 20W-50 Motorcycle Oil (MCV) meets SAE 90 gear lube viscosity requirements.

Unsurpassed Diesel Engine Protection

Diesel engine emissions have been an ongoing environmental concern for the past few decades, and the United States, Europe and Japan have responded to demands to reduce harmful particulates and nitrogen oxides (NOx). In the U.S., particulate and NOx levels were first regulated in 1988, with regulations becoming increasingly stringent through the years. In fact, 1988 standards set NOx and particulate levels at 14.4 g/kW per hr (grams/kilowatts – hour) and 0.8 g/kW-hr respectively, while 2010 standards have been set at 0.27 g/kW-hr and 0.013 g/kW-hr respectively. By 2010, diesel engines will be considered “clean,” but getting there will require sulfur-free fuel, improved in-cylinder combustion, exhaust after-treatment, vehicle design changes and diesel oils that are compatible with after-treatment systems.

Between the years 1988 and 1991, emission standards were met by improving in-cylinder combustion through the use of unit injectors, electronic controls, controlled air swirl, improved combustion bowl design, reduced piston crevice volume, turbo-charging, air inter-cooling and reductions in oil consumption.

The year 1991 also saw the use of high top rings to lower particulate emissions. By 1998, retarded fuel injection timing was introduced to meet increasingly stringent NOx emission standards. High top rings and retarded fuel injection timing increased soot loading on the oil, leading to the introduction of API diesel oil category CH-4 in order to prevent viscosity increases and increased wear due to soot.

In order to meet 2002 emission standards, most engine manufacturers introduced exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) engines, which recirculate a portion of the exhaust to the engine’s combustion chamber, lowering peak combustion temperature. Although EGR engines effectively reduce emissions, they also run hotter and introduce higher levels of soot and acid into the oil, leading to increased wear, increased oil viscosity and shorter oil drain intervals.

The API CI-4 diesel oil specification was introduced in December 2001 to protect against the higher temperatures and increased levels of acids, soot and oxidation associated with EGR engines, while some manufacturers released their own diesel oil performance specifications in order to assure optimum protection for their equipment. Mack released its stringent EO-N Premium Plus High Performance Diesel Engine Oil specification in the spring of 2002, then upgraded it to EO-N Premium Plus 03 in April 2003 due to soot-related oil thickening and shear that occurred after a certain length of highway time.

API issued an upgrade to its CI-4 specification, CI-4 PLUS, in September 2004 in order to provide improved oxidation resistance, shear stability, acid neutralization and soot dispersancy for EGR engines. CI-4 PLUS certified diesel oils also meet most of the individual manufacturer issued specifications and are backward compatible with older diesel oil specifications and engines. CI-4 PLUS oils must first meet the original requirements of CI-4, with the additional requirements of passing the 90-Pass Shear Stability Bench Test and the Mack T-11 engine test, a more stringent upgrade of the Mack T-8E soot-viscosity test required for CI-4.

In order to meet 2007 particulate standards, exhaust after-treatment devices such as particulate filters (DPF’s) and continuously regenerative traps (CRT’s) will be incorporated into diesel engines, creating new challenges for diesel oils. AMSOIL Synthetic Diesel Oils are ahead of the curve and ready to meet the challenges of tomorrow. Just what you need in Columbus, OH!

AMSOIL Synthetic Diesel Oils surpass the most stringent modern diesel oil specifications, including CI-4 PLUS and EO-N Premium Plus 03. Formulated with top-of-the-line synthetic base stocks and advanced additive packages, AMSOIL Synthetic Diesel Oils effectively control the increased soot and acid levels associated with EGR units, while remaining shear stable at high temperatures, avoiding the damaging sludge and deposit build-up that contribute to decreased fuel efficiency, corrosion and accelerated engine wear. The drain intervals of AMSOIL diesel oils may be extended by oil analysis in EGR-equipped engines.

Emission control technology has increased soot loading of diesel oils, prompting original equipment manufacturers to shorten drain interval recommendations. Even at increased soot levels, AMSOIL Synthetic Diesel Oils continue to offer outstanding wear protection. Soot and iron wear levels were measured over 900 hours of operation in a 2002 EGR-equipped Mack LE613-Rear Loader running AMSOIL 15W-40 Synthetic Heavy Duty Diesel and Marine Motor Oil. As seen in the graph, even at increased soot levels, the rate of engine wear remained well below the Mack condemnation limit of 0.5 parts per million per hour (ppm/h).


Yes, it cost less to use synthetic lubricants, and in industrial and fleet situations the savings are often in the tens of thousands.

Columbus Ohio AMSOIL - your warehouse and installation center,

Toledo & Findlay, OH AMSOIL - Daniel Baird - 419-894-6908

Ask for oil analysis kits. These tests are also done within the state near Cleveland.