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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 07-03-2014, 02:29 AM Thread Starter
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I am ready to start doing my own oil changes and do not want to use a Vic kit to do them. Here I am with a crush washer in hand and a K&P filter so what I really still need is the oil itself. Sounds simple doesn't it? Does anyone have a good low cost source for the OEM Victory oil?

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I'll be ordering my OEM kits from Amazon

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i buy mine from the 55 gal drum my dealer has. or the 5 qt
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There is that honda east here that give us 20% off

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Amsoil from our sponsor is a good deal for oil better than victory brand once your broke in
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I know full well that Amsoil is fine for your bike but I want to use the Victory oil in mine.

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gulf of mexico has all you need....i thank I'm funny.
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gulf of mexico has all you need....i thank I'm funny.
I don't just want generic oil kevin. I am looking for Vic oil.
I will try Honda East VJ. I had forgotten that they work with us here.

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I don't just want generic oil kevin. I am looking for Vic oil.
I will try Honda East VJ. I had forgotten that they work with us here.
They're good to deal with I've bought a few things from them.

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OK I have to say it- this is an unusually "calm" thread for an oil discussion
Guess it's more about source than brand.....oh well, nothing to see here- move along........

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