Due to the increasing price of basestock and additives, AMSOIL is implementing a small price adjustment effective July 1st. Although I can’t quote prices online, the increase is about 2-4% for most of the AMSOIL synthetic oils, and about 1-2% for the transmission and differential fluids. So for those of you using, or considering using AMSOIL, you can save a few percent by stocking up this week. The price increase of bulk and packaged lubricants is impacting all lubricant companies. Each has been forced to increase lubricant prices to compensate. I subscribe to Lube Report, an Industry Newsletter and have been seeing price increases on a regular basis. The AMSOIL release announcing the price increase has some data I found interesting. Using 1976 as a baseline, here are the price increases of some common household products and other lubricants (not sure of the source of this data) AMSOIL 10w40 52% Valvoline 10w40 414% (non-synthetics are going up much faster than synthetics) Quaker State 10w30 288% Gas 395% House 383% Milk 118% Bread 373% New Car 427% If anyone wants specific pricing info, please drop me an email or PM.