Ricardo Raad is the owner of Hills Motor Repairs in Sydney’s West and he made the change to Anglomoil products in 2016.
Brad Tilley is a household name in historic racing in Australia. For years he dominated in his green Falcon GTHO in the Touring Car Masters series. That car is undergoing a rebuild in his Northern Beaches workshop and in the mean time he is busy behind the wheel of his ’66 Mustang.
The Tilley name is synonymous with historic motor racing in Australia.
2,000,000 kilometres and still going strong! The old adage that if you take good care of something it will take care of you is alive and well at Eagle Transportation and the Max Lynch Group, two combined third-generation companies operating out of Hexham north of Newcastle.
High performance lubricants combined with stellar customer service is why the 27-year old Sydney company, Fullers Mobile Cranes, is using Anglomoil products.
“We have a customer who has put more than one million kilometres on his Toyota. We’ve been servicing it for the past 15 years with Anglomoil products and the inside of the engine looks brand new”.
A year ago Matt Gates started his own mobile mechanic business, Matt Gates Automotive, and one of the best decisions he made was to specify Anglomoil products.
There’s off roading…four wheel driving…then EXTREME 4X4! Find out how Anglomoil protects this Jeep team in the rugged Tuff Truck Challenge.
Victorian transport company Palmtrans comment on choosing Anglomoil for their large interstate fleet.
Transport company owner and truck racing driver Frank Amoroso started racing in his Kenworth 26 years ago in the first year of national truck racing and 26 seasons later he finally took out the coveted championship. He attributes his reliability over the years to using Anglomoil.
Premier Hire and Advanced Air Compressors have been operating in the compressor industry for many years and they know when they find a high performance, reliable lubricant. Both companies prefer Anglomoil.
Jim Pinkney’s journey began with a mechanic apprenticeship…followed by a season working for the giant Ampol corporation…and then owning a couple of service stations and automotive workshops on Sydney’s North Shore. He lectured on lubricants at the Ampol training school and said it was a great learning ground.
When you look down the long flowing flanks covering the huge tyres with their knock-off spinners and inspect the intricate duct work you appreciate why it took mechanic Jim Cowden 15,000 hours to custom build his road going Ford GT40 from the ground up. The beautiful race car which has been the dream of many a young boy over the decades sits outside his Northern Beaches workshop surrounded by blue and yellow Anglomoil oil drums. Jim first discovered Anglomoil over 25 years ago and has run his business – and the GT40 – on it ever since.
The rural and industrial region spanning from north of Hornsby up through the Central Coast to Cessnock is host to farming hamlets, livestock breeders, wineries, heavy haulage fleets, earthmoving, quarrying and other enterprises. Servicing this area from its central location at Somersby is the long established family owned business, Central Coast Tractors, a distributor and user of Anglomoil lubricants.
“We started off using one of the major brands but we were having to pull the engine apart all the time. We were getting pressure problems, piston slap and the collets were wearing out. I met Bill Croasdale the founder of Anglomoil in 1988 and from that meeting decided to start using Anglomoil Roadmaster 400 20W40 diesel engine oil as well as gearbox oil and other products. The Roadmaster 400 viscosity solved the low oil pressure issues we used to have at idle.”
Karl Koglar, the proprietor of Karl Koglar Mechanical Repairs in Melbourne, has been using Anglomoil products since the mid-Nineties and he says his customers can tell the difference after just one day.
Melbourne plumber Steve Gemin lives two lives. When he is not scaling rocky fire trails in his Toyota Landcruiser 4WD he is cruising along the highways on his Harley Davidson V-Rod.
Long haul trucks exert a lot of pressure on working components and in the world of truck racing those extremes are increased even more. So, when a driver wins the Australian Super Truck championship it is worth taking note of his opinions on lubricants.
Imagine driving a 4WD up a near-vertical cliff face, having to slowly crawl over huge boulders and deep ruts and defy gravity to get to the top. This is the world of the Tuff Truck Challenge which began back in 2001 in which off road machinery is pushed to the limit. Over three days the vehicles negotiate jagged rocks, mud, giant holes and embankments. They are purpose-built and one of these, a Jeep TJ Wrangler, belongs to the Anglomoil Superior Lubricants team of driver Shane Bakes and navigator Mick Chote.
PF Formation Sand & Cement is a 30 year old family owned business located in Sydney’s north and for 20 of those years they relied on a well known oil company to provide products for their fleet of 36 bulldozers, front end loaders, excavators and trucks. Then they changed to Anglomoil.
“Toucan Industrial services a wide variety of companies across regional New South Wales from mining and quarrying to timber logging and food manufacturing and the common result we see in all of them is that Anglomoil lubricants have reduced their operating costs”, says Steve Redman the owner of Toucan Industrial which is located at Bathurst in NSW Central West.
Pitstop Automotives on Sydney’s North Shore is well credentialed to speak about the performance of Anglomoil products with over two decades of experience servicing all makes and models of cars, as well as competing in drag racing and circuit racing in cars they have built themselves.
Road transport is an industry in which profitability is eked from the smallest efficiencies of running your fleet and when your trucks are covering more than 8,000,000 kilometres each year it is vital that they operate at the best-possible level.
The owners of prestige European cars are usually very selective about who services their vehicles and a very popular place on Sydney’s North Shore over the past 25 years has been Karl Knudsen Automotive.
“With other oils we were getting water build-up in the engine and sludge in the sump, but the Anglomoil product is far superior and our customers won’t use any other kind”, says Evan Daws from the South Australian based automotive workshop and race car preparer, Garage 7.
ABA Fone Excavating and Earthmoving began using Anglomoil diesel engine oils and hydraulic oils almost 25 years ago and has remained loyal to the brand ever since.
MP Schulz Excavations has been relying on Anglomoil products for more than two decades. The company owns millions of dollars worth of machinery which not only operates in the extreme environment of civil and industrial excavating, they also receive harsh treatment when hired out to operators.
Two generations of the Dickinson family have operated the Dickinson Haulage transport company and in that time they have run all of their trucks on Anglomoil Roadmaster lubricant.
Drifting is an “extreme” motor sport when it comes to the punishment dealt out to the vehicle however to the uninitiated it can appear to be simply legal tyre burnouts. The sport has spread very quickly around the world and with that growth has come the science of building the perfect drift car.
The Anglomoil SXS (side by side) race team competing in the East Coast Bullbars Australian Rally Championship (ECB ARC) has scored third at the opening round, the Quit Forest Rally in the forests of WA.
The Anglomoil SMDrift race team will be in action at round two of the 2013/14 Just Car Insurance Australian Drifting Grand Prix at Perth’s Barbagallo circuit next weekend where organisers have changed the track layout.
Anglomoil might not be a name on everyone’s lips but for nearly 40 years these Australian made high performance lubricants and oils have been protecting diesel powered vehicles and equipment in the harshest working environments.
Quantum Air Compressors is a Sydney/Wollongong-based business which entered the market in 2004. They sell, hire out and service a large fleet of piston and screw-type air compressors for industrial sites ranging from food manufacturing and mining to construction, and they are also a distributor of Chicago Pneumatic Air Compressors.
Changing over to Anglomoil lubricants has not only led to a dramatic improvement in equipment reliability and a reduction in operating costs for Premiair Hire, it has also strengthened their reputation in the marketplace.
Robert McShane is the owner of Robert McShane Mechanical Repairs at Telarah in Maitland and he uses a range of Anglomoil lubricants in his customers’ vehicles. These include petrol and diesel engine oils, transmission oils, brakes fluid, grease, degreaser and more. When he’s not in the workshop you will find him in an immaculately prepared 1973 Mitsubishi LA Lancer rally car which also relies on Anglomoil products.
Good old fashioned customer service is alive and well and it is greatly appreciated according to Advanced Air Compressors Service Manager, James Mason.
When the going gets tough, the tough go to the Tough Dog Tuff Truck Challenge. This is extreme off roading at its worst. 4X4 vehicles and their crews are pushed to the absolute limit over three days as they make their way over and through 12 stages of boulders, rocks, mud, deep holes, ruts and near vertical cliffs.