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Old 11-20-2012, 11:25 AM
todd92 todd92 is offline
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Best practice is niether over nor undermaintaining. Condition based maintainence is what I practice, on 8 cars, 5 motorcycles, 3 watercraft and 2 airplanes. Condition based maintainence is what the military, airlines, industry and anyone else to who reliability matters practices. Just changing parts and fliuds on some random or accelerated schedule is NOT good practice. But what do i know, right? Just some random guy on the internet...
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