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Amsoil Dealer of Phoenix - Mesa - Tempe, Arizona

Serving the following areas in and around the Valley of the Sun: Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Glendale, Fountain Hills, Peoria, Chandler, Buckeye, Casa Grande and Payson!

Dealers in the vicinity:

Call James Greenwood - North Phoenix - Major stock and service - AMSOIL Phoenix Warehouse (602) 317-1700

Call Jim Williams at R Motowerks (S.Central area not far from the airport) Full Stock - Most active dealer in the city!!
Shop - 602 252 0581
Mobile -
Reach us 7 Days a week.

Central Phoenix - Robert Sangiorgi - Call (602) 618-9310

Payson - Bob Caldwell - 928-595-3012

Mesa - Chandler - New AMSOIL Shop & Supply! - You! We need you. Demand is here for anyone who calls to stock product. Call me at 800-579-0580.

Queen Creek -
Ian Frater 602-524-8098

Other options try us at 800-579-0580

Phoenix - Mesa - Tempe - Gilbert - We need dealers in this area as demand is high. Excellent business opportunities! Call Jim.

Jim's Motorwerks in Phoenix, AZ - your full time AMSOIL source.

Call Jim Williams
Shop - 602 252 0581
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We are the Phoenix - Mesa area's most resourceful AMSOIL Dealer belonging to the fastest growing AMSOIL dealer group in the USA. Look through the main site and request your catalog or just email me for your order. Since there are very few AMSOIL dealers in the area you can depend on us. We should have what you need in stock but if not our warehouse north of the area will have it drop-shipped right to your door.. It's always best to sign-up as a preferred customer. We will soon post any shops where you can buy AMSOIL from but for now I can ship anything to you from our distribution center or you may pick up here in central Mesa. Lately, most people are joining as a Preferred Customer. Just print out the P.C. Form and fill out the information in the Preferred Customer section.

Call me to order:
Phoenix, AZ - 602-309-4490  


Jim Williams , a Certified AMSOIL Dealer, is committed to providing first-time and long-standing customers with the finest AMSOIL Synthetic Motor Oils. We are signing up Preferred Customers all the time, and are enthusiastic about showing new customers the time and money-saving advantages of our products. Most importantly, due to the legendary extended service intervals of AMSOIL Synthetic Motor Oils, AMSOIL is environmentally friendly and saves wear on precious engine parts. 

Amsoil's bypass filtration system reduces operation costs for Tempe and phoenix area motorists .







STOP Changing your OIL!
When using AMSOIL, you may want to consider the By-Pass filtration systems. Change oil at 200,000+ oil intervals. Just change the full flow (EA OIL Filter and BE series Bypass filter) and by-pass unit yearly and top off. We recommend oil analysis after each cycle of new filters at least to monitor so you have full knowledge of the life and superiority of the AMSOIL product, We have prepaid shipping kits available. We recommend using Oil Analyzers as they specialize in synthetic oil testing.

Reduce dependence on foreign oil. AMSOIL has the solution. Add 8 to 10% to your mileage. You can normally reach 25,000 miles or one year before draining your oil.

Phoenix drivers keep even more money in their pocket with our new (EaA) - absolute efficiency nanofiber air filters guaranteed to last 100,000 miles or 4-years. These hold 50 TIMES the dire a K&N type will.

VALUE: One case and two filters will typically last 2-YEARS for automotive use. Car lasts longer, better mileage and performance you notice.

All products are produced in the USA and sold right here in Mesa.

If you are in the Phoenix area Jim can install your Bypass filter system the right way!

Call Jim WIlliams at 602-309-4490

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.

Viscosity is the most important characteristic of a lubricant. Motorcycle gears create a shearing effect that causes permanent oil viscosity loss. This thinning effect reduces the oil's ability to prevent metal-to-metal contact and wear. The stability and natural operating temperature ranges of the premium synthetic base stocks used to formulate AMSOIL Synthetic Motorcycle Oils eliminate shear and reduce wear. AMSOIL Synthetic Motorcycle Oils exhibit absolute shear stability as measured by the Kurt Orbon shear stability test.

Although not Arizona - this article shows just who can depend on Amsoil. Other fire rescue teams have said when these fire trucks work brush fires the engines can't get any intake temps below 120*. When this happens, the oil is jet black in 300 hours. With AMSOIL we have one fire team who says the oil just keps looking like new and oil analysis reflects it. Depend on Amsoil if you want that car operating in the Phoenix Heat to be in the same new condition (engine w/o serious oxidation) 10 years down the road!

Here's the story:

Putting Amsoil to the test!
Emergency vehicles often are called on to perform under high
stress conditions and extreme temperatures. That’s especially
true at the Lakeland Fire Department in the Arrowhead region
of northern Minnesota.
“Sometimes a vehicle sits for two weeks in the fire hall with
no action,” said Gary Stanaway, assistant fire chief. “Then at
three in the morning the alarm sounds and the trucks go from
being inside a cozy garage to running at high idle for endless
hours. That is exactly why the Lakeland Fire Department chose
AMSOIL. Located in northern Minnesota, our temperatures
range from minus 50 degrees F to 95 above. To have one
product cover a range like that is impressive. We also have
changed everything in the drivetrains to AMSOIL products.”
When the department receives a call there is no warm-up
time for the vehicles. It is out the door and to the scene as
quickly and safely as possible. After the trucks are fired up they
aren’t shut off again until the call is complete and they are
back in the hall. “This can be up to 18 hours on larger incidents,”
Stanaway said.
In addition to structure protection, the 18-member department
works in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service and the
Minnesota DNR on wild land fire suppression.
The Lakeland department has two tracked vehicles that can
go anywhere there is a fire.

“The off-road vehicles are incredible in their capabilities while working on wild land fire suppression” said Jeremy Nissila, firefighter/operator. “Plus they just ooze testosterone.”
Along with performance, AMSOIL makes sense from a financial standpoint.
“With the extended drain intervals this has become a cost savings for us as well,” said Shaun Kilpela, firefighter/fleet manager. “It is a
fair amount of work to service one of our vehicles and the extended use of AMSOIL requires far less time spent on oil changes.”
The department takes pride in keeping its vehicles looking great and participating in parades and other special events during the
summer months.

Jim Williams represents AMSOIL well with knowledge in optimum drivetrain efficiency!

3,000-Mile Oil Change Comes Under Fire

The standard 3,000-mile oil change interval is under attack. Promoted for years by most motor oil companies and quick lube businesses as an essential part of proper vehicle maintenance,
the public has become much more skeptical in recent years. In fact, searches for “3,000 mile oil change” in top Internet search engines such as Google and Yahoo! primarily
yield articles and blog postings that challenge the practice and refer to it as a “scam” or “myth.”

AMSOIL synthetic motor oil was introduced in 1972 as the only motor oil on the market recommended for 25,000-mile/one year drain intervals, and the company has spent much of the last 36 years as the lone voice promoting the benefits of extended drain intervals. However, AMSOIL has recently welcomed an increasing number of companies and organizations to the party. Although they still don’t recommend drain intervals as long as AMSOIL recommendations,
the momentum is growing.

Vehicle manufacturers have mostly recommended oil change intervals exceeding 3,000 miles in recent years. In fact, most recommend intervals of 5,000 miles or more.Ford Motor Company recommends drain intervals of 7,500 miles in its model year 2007 and newer vehicles, while other
manufacturers incorporate oil monitoring systems in their newer vehicles that allow motorists to extend drain intervals even further.

In its December 2006 issue, Consumer Reports encourages drivers to follow the longer oil change recommendations of vehicle manufacturers, saying, “Although oil companies and quick-lube shops like to promote this idea [that engine oil should be changed every 3,000 miles], it's usually not necessary. Go by the recommended oil-change schedule in your vehicle's owner's manual. Most vehicles driven under normal conditions can go 7,500 miles or more between oil changes. Some models now come with a monitoring system that alerts the driver when the oil needs changing.
Depending on driving conditions, these can extend change intervals to 10,000 or 15,000 miles.”

Steve Ritter, senior editor of Chemical & Engineering News, writes, “Conventional wisdom has held that the oil should be changed about every 3,000 miles. This notion has been ingrained into people's heads for decades, in part as a marketing ploy by oil companies. The 3,000-mile interval made sense when engines used single-grade nondetergent oils. But with the latest oils and car designs, it's no longer necessary to change oil that often under normal driving conditions.”

Concerned about the effects of used oil on the environment and responding to research that indicates 73 percent of California drivers change motor oil more often than their vehicle’s manufacturer recommends, the California Environmental Protection Agency and its Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB) have emerged as another strong opponent of the 3,000-mile oil change. The group recently launched a public information program and website
(www.3000milemyth.org) designed to “bust the 3,000-mile myth” and encourage drivers to reduce used oil volume by following the longer oil drain recommendations of vehicle

“Used motor oil poses a great risk to the environment,” said CIWMB Chair Margo Reid Brown. “With better made cars and the rise of synthetic oils, the 3,000-mile standard is not always recommended.”

Most recently, General Motors announced its support of the CIWMB program to educate drivers about oil change intervals. According to GM, standard 3,000-mile oil change recommendations are based on outdated engine and oil technology, and the company instead recommends changing oil based on its Oil Life System. Currently included on over 97 percent of all GM vehicles sold in the U.S., the GM Oil Life System typically allows drivers to extend drain intervals up to 10,000 miles through use of a computer-based software algorithm that measures vehicle operating conditions.

With 31 million vehicles on the road equipped with the Oil Life System, GM spokesman Tom Henderson claims following its recommendations rather than the 3,000-mile rule could save 100 million gallons of oil annually.

In addition to the environmental benefits associated with less waste oil, extended drain intervals save consumers money. For example, customers who purchase conventional oil at $3 or more per quart, drive 12,000 miles per year and follow 3,000-mile oil change recommendations spend at
least $60 per year on oil alone (assuming a five-quart sump capacity). AMSOIL customers who pay $8.90 per quart under the same conditions pay only $44.50 per year.

“When it comes to oil changes, less is more,” claims the CIWMB. “You’ll have more money in your wallet by changing your oil less, and fewer oil changes mean less oil that needs to be safely managed and recycled.” Premium AMSOIL synthetic motor oils offer the longest drain intervals on the market, unsurpassed protection and performance that effectively extends equipment life and
improved fuel economy, saving customers money at the pump and reducing the nation’s dependence on foreign oil.

AMSOIL is one tool to help you live more independently and get off the grid. Unfortunately we had the products and safe storage tank technology available to power our cars 100% with Hydrogen gas. The Consumer protection agency stepped in and is now preventing us from purchasing the materials needed to separate Hydrogen from natural gas for this cheap energy source protecting the future of dependence of foreign oils and the expensive and unnecessary "Hydrogen fuel cells".

Just like any other product in our free enterprise system, if we work together to reduce the need for petroleum products the price will drop and you save your hard earned dollars. St. Louis commuters can stick it to the man with AMSOIL. You can start today. See our list of how you can reduce your dependence on foreign oil.

It took the increase in fuel prices for a new wave of customers discover what AMSOIL has had to offer for 34 years. What are you waiting for? Call us at 602-309-4490. We are right here on the northeast side of Smoggy Phoenix.

Are you aware of the money you are loosing in your company fleet? Did you know scheduled service is a thing of the past? The manufacturing industry is saving billions with higher quality lubricants and oil analysis. AMSOIL lets you fleet service your vehicles based on established guaranteed intervals. Please review our fleet study how we saved a pest control business in Minnesota $77,000 in one year with a fleet of 60 Ford F-150 trucks.


Certified Dealer and Arizona AMSOIL Contact: Jim WIlliams
Dial: Shop - 602 252 0581
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Harmful Motor Oils Prompt Investigations and Consumer Warnings

A rash of obsolete and contaminated motor oils have recently been popping up for sale at gas stations and convenience stores around the country, prompting state regulators and the Petroleum Quality Institute of America (PQIA) to investigate, warn consumers and sometimes pull products from shelves. Due to stringent quality control measures, AMSOIL Dealers and customers enjoy the peace-of-mind of knowing they receive top-quality AMSOIL products with every purchase.

“Kane in Your Corner” Reveals Bad Motor Oils in New Jersey

News 12 in New Jersey recently broadcast a three-part “Kane in Your Corner” investigation that found obsolete and contaminated motor oils for sale at gas stations and convenience stores across the state. Because state authorities have not yet stepped in, the onus is on consumers to avoid these harmful products.

“The probability of getting some of this bad stuff is pretty high here in New Jersey,” says PQIA President Tom Glenn.

As part of the investigation, News 12 purchased four motor oil brands (MaxiGuard, Black Knight, U.S. Economy and US Spirit) readily available in New Jersey and had them tested at an independent lab. The results indicated that all four were unsuitable for use in modern vehicles.

MaxiGuard Super Premium

While the MaxiGuard label indicated it’s “a superior all weather motor oil,” it also indicated it’s an API SA motor oil, meaning it contains no additives and is unsuitable for vehicles manufactured after 1930. In addition to carrying a long-obsolete specification, lab tests indicated it did not meet the viscosity standards on the label and had significant levels of abrasive contaminants, including silicon levels more than 400 times higher than normal.

As part of the investigative piece, longtime New Jersey mechanic Kenny Wetzel noted that the MaxiGuard oil looked used right out of the bottle due to its black, cloudy appearance. “That looks like what we take out of a car when we change the oil,” he said.

Black Knight

Black Knight Motor Oil was labeled as an API SB motor oil, meaning it contains only a minimal level of additives and is unsuitable for vehicles manufactured after 1951. Lab tests also indicated it was contaminated with significantly higher-than-normal levels of silicon. Its viscosity presented a mystery. Labeled “10-30,” its viscosity tested significantly lower than 10W-30.

U.S. Economy

U.S. Economy Motor Oil did not carry an API specification, but test results showed it had silicon levels 10 times higher than typically found in new motor oil. Like Black Knight, its label also indicated a viscosity grade without a “W.” Labeled “5-30,” the label explained it means the viscosity can be anywhere between 5 and 30.

US Spirit

Not only did test results indicate US Spirit is unsafe for modern vehicles, the small print on the back label indicated it is “not suitable for use in most gasoline powered automotive engines built after 1930” and “use in modern engines may cause unsatisfactory engine performance or equipment harm.” Labeled as an API SA motor oil and indicating “it contains no additive,” lab tests revealed it is full of additives, but not the right kind for today’s vehicles.

North Carolina and Michigan Authorities Remove Harmful Oils from Store Shelves

State authorities in Michigan and North Carolina have taken action to remove harmful motor oils from store shelves.

The North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA&CS) has launched several investigations into harmful and obsolete motor oils, the latest coming against the Everclear brand. Everclear motor oils failed to meet viscosity claims and were not labeled in accordance with industry standards. The action extended to Everclear brand transmission fluids.

“The results for both the oil and automatic transmission fluid showed that additives were either absent or not at the correct levels,” said NCDA&CS Standards Division Director Stephen Benjamin. “This issue, along with the presence of wear metals, indicates these products are likely recycled in origin. Any of these results would put the products out of specification and cause them to be pulled from shelves.”

Last fall, the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development removed a number of motor oils from store shelves, including City Star and Bullseye, due to their failures to meet the viscosity grades labeled on the packages.

API Reveals Nearly 20 Percent of Bulk Oils Fail Performance Standards

The problems aren’t just limited to smaller oil distributors. Bulk motor oil testing performed by the American Petroleum Institute (API) indicates many motorists may be receiving substandard motor oil when they drop their vehicles off for an oil change. According to the API, it purchased and tested more than 1,000 samples from bulk motor oil tanks throughout North America over the past five years, and nearly 20 percent failed API performance standards.

PQIA Issues Advisory for Valvoline NextGen 5W-20 Motor Oil

In January, PQIA issued an advisory for Valvoline NextGen 5W-20 Motor Oil. After twice testing a sample of the oil acquired at a retail store in New Jersey, PQIA determined it did not meet volatility requirements set by the API and the International Lubricants Standardization and Approval Committee (ILSAC). While the sample passed viscosity and elemental requirements for the API SN and ILSAC GF-5 specifications, its weight losses of 18.4 and 18.3 percent in the NOACK Volatility Test (ASTM D5800) are about 22 percent higher than the 15 percent maximum required for the specifications.



AMSOIL 0W20 Synthetic Motor Oil - the only 0W20 you can trust in these hot climates!!

Dealership Opportunities

AMSOIL Dealer Opportunities in 2015 provide you with the ultimate home business opportunity with over 40 years of continuous growth to back it up. These products ARE IN DEMAND! We will help you stay on course but you can become totally financially independent if you put in the effort, Call me or one of my dealers and we would love to discuss it with you.
The big thing now is getting AMSOIL in local stores, independent lube centers and automotive shops. We have a successful method to secure local business not to mention the latest in shelving, display, free installer & retailer locator listings on the corporate site, personalized materials for the shop and free shipping for those who qualify.

AMSOIL is the auto enthusiasts hero! And increases in advertising and regional support teams are there to make it more possible for you to reach your goals as an AMSOIL dealer.

Join us every year for AMSOIL University or try the upcoming online version and get ready to tell the old boss good-bye. We can even help you open your very own Amsoil Retail Store!

AMSOIL's highest demands are in both the diesel and powersports sector. We urge you to print out our Dealer Sign-up Form or even better - call us and then read more in our Dealer Opportunities section. We may also have a team of dealers close to you so call and we will forward their information.

Industry is pointing consumers our way from every direction:

As one of the largest and fastest growing groups recognized by AMSOIL, and (we think) the most responsive, we offer the communication and tools you can use. We help the customer find you. Come visit our AMSOIL Store and see how you too can make online ordering obsolete in your area too!

Why should you join our group? We are part of one of the most successful marketing dealers who specializes in finding you customers and putting you on the right track. For me it's a full time job, and we do what it takes to help people locate you. We re-distribute significant leads to those requesting them. The dealers who are easy to locate, keep some stock and follow-up on leads are the ones who are experiencing double digit growth. Use this dealer Preferred Customer link to join or CALL so we can pair you with a dealer near you.