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  1. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Ziemer
    Al,

    Just give them a call. I called on Wed. and talked with Jerry. (He answered the phone.) I'm sure he will atke care of you.
    Thanks Ziemer will do!

    I sent jerry a e-mail, so i know he will take care of it, hell I got to rubb Greg!
    “The bitterness of poor quality & service remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten”

  2. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Markus
    Well, given how much use your boat gets, I guess a quart of Alisyn will last a few seasons.


    This what size 2 stroke oil Greg needs!!
    “The bitterness of poor quality & service remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten”

  3. #18
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    pyro to answer your question.... 3.95 a bottle... you can even buy it in larger bottles and drums upto 55 gallon so if you wanted your store could market their own "lablel" of VSK oil and still sell the good stuffs...
    Last edited by 150aintenuff; 02-04-2006 at 07:04 PM.

    4-16-2014. 25 years old today... the fishin boat doesnt look to bad for a classic does she


    things that were are no longer as they are today...

  4. #19
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    3.95 is the retail.
    '89 Hydrostream Vegas XT, '90 Merc 2.4 Bridgeport PCU EFI
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  5. #20
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    that is what was posted on their site.... perhaps if you call you can buy it at price to the distributor...

    4-16-2014. 25 years old today... the fishin boat doesnt look to bad for a classic does she


    things that were are no longer as they are today...

  6. #21

    Alisyn to Canada

    How about to Canada ? Just the duty is prohibitive not to mention the shipping. If I have to I will get it shipped to my buddy in New York. --- mike

  7. #22
    What type should I get for an xr4? Type 3, 75-90W?

    '80 Hydra-sports SX178 dual console w/2.4 200 Merc



  8. #23
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    get the type 1..

    4-16-2014. 25 years old today... the fishin boat doesnt look to bad for a classic does she


    things that were are no longer as they are today...

  9. #24
    Here's how I see it - if you're looking for the best possible performance, get Type 1. If you want to run the oil all season long - especially if your seals are several years old, get Type 3.

    All are great and provide great protection. After our testing, we'll only use this product and Alisyn's 2-stroke oil.

    Greg
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  10. #25
    Thank you very much.

    '80 Hydra-sports SX178 dual console w/2.4 200 Merc



  11. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by dlivewyer
    What type should I get for an xr4? Type 3, 75-90W?
    Glen Reynolds recomeded 85-140 in syn Klotz, Said the heavy oil was better on the small gear case. More heat is in the small lower unit.
    Helps prevent breakdown.

    Lower unit is still going strong today!
    I not saying Klotz is the way to go, Just stating the viscosity to use!

    Al
    “The bitterness of poor quality & service remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten”

  12. #27

    High-performance - 2 Cycle and Gear-lube for my 86' Bridgeport

    I recently purchased a 1986 2.4 Litre Mercury Bridgeport. Mercury obviously recommends "their brand" of Performance Blend Sythetic Blend at $189.35 per 2.5 gallon jug and their high performance gear lube at $10.95 per quart . What has been you're past experiences on using this Alisyn 2- cycle brand of mix and gear lube ? thanks...

  13. #28

    Is it ok to use Alisyn 2 cyle oil in my Bridgeport Merc?

    I have a 1986 Mercury Bridgeport (240hp)..obviously Merc would like you to use their $189.35 for 2 gallons of Performance "synthetic blend" oil...Who here can tell me what they think of Alisyns 2 cycle oil? How long have you been using it? Any problems??

    Thanks....

  14. #29
    Alysin 2-stroke oil is great for your Bridgeport.

    Greg
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    Thumbs up

    i ordered some gear lube from them, it was at my doorstep 2 days later!

    Another plus of their gear lube is it doesn't have that nasty smell!
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