ENISE ANDERSON RIDES A 2003 Polaris SuperSport
snowmobile she purchased new. She installed
AMSOIL INTERCEPTOR in the sled soon after. "I’ve
used it ever since," she said.
Anderson, a life-long snowmobile rider, has more
than 18,000 miles on the SuperSport. She lives
near Duluth, Minn. “I am fortunate enough to have
three months off every winter; therefore, I can ride
virtually all the time,” she said.
She typically puts more than 3,000 miles on the
snowmobile every winter. "I haven’t done any
engine repairs on this sled, not even new rings, and
it still has good compression," Anderson said. "The
only repairs I have done on it are one driveshaft
bearing and two track bearings. I attribute the longevity
of the engine to using AMSOIL and good
gas, and I treat the machine with respect."
Most people assume she has rebuilt the engine or
done major work on it. "I tell them that’s actual miles and
original equipment," Anderson said. "When they ask what
oil I use, I tell them AMSOIL."
Her son raced snocross for six years using only
AMSOIL DOMINATOR in his sled.
Anderson is a long-time user of AMSOIL lubes.
"I think I started using AMSOIL products around
12 or 13 years ago. One of the reasons I started
using AMSOIL was that I could buy one oil and use it in
everything," she said. "I use INTERCEPTOR in all my
sleds, 4-wheeler, jet-ski, chainsaw and weedeater. It
works great for everything."
She bought a new snowmobile last winter and
installed INTERCEPTOR. "It has the same engine as
my SuperSport and I’m hoping it lasts as long,"
"I also use AMSOIL Chaincase Oil in everything.
The proof is in the pudding; I’ve had such good success
with the product I will continue to use it and
encourage others to use it."