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Service What would the suggested oil change recommendation be for off roading? The TRF guys are suggesting every 3-4 rides. Is this overkill as the engine isnt really working that hard on lanes

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Even if I'm in 1st and 2nd gear most of the time?Service at first 500 milles then every 3000 miles after that or every year. Its really not an overstressed engine at all. ,

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