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AMSOIL Products

Synthetic Lubricants

Experience Makes a Difference! Wes Stauffer has been an AMSOIL dealer since 1976! We stock a large inventory of AMSOIL products to meet your equipment and automotive needs.

Visit our AMSOIL Website to:

  • ORDER product from our AMSOIL website to have shipped directly to you, or CONTACT US to purchase AMSOIL at our store.
  • Become an AMSOIL preferred customer and save approximately 25% on AMSOIL products.
  • Become an AMSOIL dealer and earn profits and commissions.
  • Become an AMSOIL retail-on-the-shelf account to sell AMSOIL products in your store.
  • Become an AMSOIL commercial account to purchase AMSOIL products for your business fleet.

Visit our AMSOIL Website

Wes Stauffer Equipment, LLC

CONTACT US for more information or to place your AMSOIL order to pick up at our store.


AMSOIL specializes in developing synthetic lubricants that offer innovative answers to the greatest challenges vehicles and equipment present. The extraordinary performance of AMSOIL synthetic lubricants in a range of markets – automotive, power sports, industrial, racing and more – has made our influence in the industry unmistakable and our brand highly respected. Our commitment to innovation has resulted in legions of brand-loyal customers.

What is synthetic motor oil? AMSOIL synthetic lubricants are chemically engineered to form pure lubricants. They contain no contaminants or molecules that don’t serve a designed purpose. Their versatility and pure, uniform molecular structures impart properties that provide better friction-reduction, optimum fuel efficiency, maximum film strength and extreme-temperature performance conventional lubricants just can’t touch.

Conventional lubricants, on the other hand, are refined from crude oil. Contaminating elements such as sulfur, nitrogen, oxygen and metal components such as nickel or vanadium are inherent to crude oil and cannot be completely removed through the refining process. The oil refining process separates the various types of molecules in the oil by weight, leaving molecules similar in weight but dissimilar in structure, reducing performance.