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|Vance ruka||I've got 25 hours on my tractor and changed the oil and filter, cleaned the plugs and cleaned and oiled the foam rubber pre-cleaner over the air filter per the John Deere schedule but I noticed a different schedule embossed on the back side of the Kohler's air filter cover. It says to do these things every 100 hours, not every 25 hours like JD says. I realize every 25 hours is probably a good thing but is it really necessary? Is the Kohler schedule okay to follow?
|bontai Joe||I'd go with the Deere maintenance schedule. Kohler's schedule might be fine for a stationary engine powering a pump or generator, but tractor engines are exposed to a very large amount of dust, dirt, pollen, insects, etc. Protect your investment and do good maintenance.
|Vance Ruka||Okay, I'll practice good and safe maintenance. Every 25 hours amounts to about a year's worth of mowing around here so that doesn't seem unreasonable. Thanks.