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Amsoil Store

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I was wondering where the Amsoil store is in Superior. I'm up there pretty often and wasn't sure where it was at. It would be nice to just swing in and pick stuff up.

I know they've got the one place just as you go over the Bong Bridge, and another on Tower. Neither of them looked like a storefront though. Thanks.

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I purchased a bottle of Amsoil Sabre from the Bong Bridge location. They do have a little storefront. I think its more for commercial purchasing, but they had no problem selling me what I needed.

The last time I needed it, I just swung into Marine General seeing as how I am in there all the time anyway.

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I was wondering where the Amsoil store is in Superior.


Follow Winter Street to the new location near the Bong Bridge. I think the entrance is labeled Gate B. Small store front but they have everything there. It is best to call in and order first. Then tell them your order number when you arrive.

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I believe that what you are referring to is the AMSOIL Corp. distribution center in Superior. Yes you can pick up orders there, but please place your order ahead of coming in (they really are not set up for taking orders there). You can place your order through my links, just indicate on the order that you want to pick it up at the Superior distribution center. Or phone ahead to order at 1-800-956-5695 for retail or 1-800-777-7094 for wholesale using referral #52257 (M-F 7am-5pm Central)

For info about wholesale options, please e-mail me direct: dondawson@the-oilman.com

For any of you in the Chicago area, the same applies for the Chicago distribution center. e-mail me direct for specifics.

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