Originally Posted by Florida Gardener
I get that, but facts don't lie. Blackstone is a 3rd party and could care less how often I change my oil. Also, the manufacturer wants to protect itself, so they will recommend something that is sure to work.
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OK I se your point also, but let's say you have a new truck or new mower an something ever does happen, the first thing they will say. Well it could have been prevented with regular scheduled maintenance... I totally agree the oil probably still is good, but try telling Kohler you have a problem and let them find out you're doing 125 to 200 oil and filter changes...