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TTfromBlaine

Amsoil ?

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Does anybody know where to get amsoil saber outboard in the Blaine area?

TOMMY from Blaine

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I think Fleet Farm in Brooklyn Park has it.

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If you need it right away, some of the local marine dealers carry the stuff...(though the price is outragous) I know Fleet Farm carries the HP Injector, (can't remember if I saw the Sabre outboard), otherwise you can just click on the Amsoil link and get in contact with "The Oilman"

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Thanks guys for the info, I pulled the D/A move blush.gif and grabbed the interceptor label by mistake(shoulda had my glasses) at F.F. the other nite.

TOM from Blaine

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Give me a phone call or e-mail. We can get products to your front door next business day for most folks on here. Or you can order on-line direct from my site.

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