Posted by Greenfrog on November 09, 2012 at 05:52:04 from (18.104.22.168):
Off the topic, but for lack of a better place to ask, and us CASE owners also drive vehicles......I have a question: I have two Honda vehicles, the other day I had oil changed, and they wrote 15% on the windshield tag rather that the ususal 3000 mile next time to change. Is this going to be the trend? I reallly never paid much attention to oil life in the past. I was wondering if I am going to be able to go more miles than usual( Or less?) Others out there might be finding this way of measuring oil useage. In the past I think oil life was about 40-50% when my 3000 was up. In relation to tractors, will this per cent equate to hours? I was wondeering if others have been using this method? If % is better that miles , maybe we have been changing oil too often. I entertain a discussion on this...............
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