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Posted: 09/18/22 05:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Ivylog wrote:

Must be a 15,000+ mile trip?


Please don’t tell us you go 15k miles on your V-10/ V8 gas oil changes?!!!!


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dodge guy wrote:

Ivylog wrote:

Must be a 15,000+ mile trip?


Please don’t tell us you go 15k miles on your V-10/ V8 gas oil changes?!!!!


It's his, he can do what he wants. Take issue with him advising others.

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Class C oil change is easy always do it myself. Class A should not be so difficult.

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I drove by a Jiffy Lube in Albuquerque and saw that it had large entrance doors. I went in and asked about changing the oil and a lube job on my Class A gasser. They looked up my engine, saw that they stocked the filter and said bring it in. I drove over the pit and in a few minutes they had the oil changed and chassis lubed. It cost me the same as if I was a standard pic-up truck. Sometimes all you have to do is ask instead of making assumptions about whether or not a shop will change your oil.

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