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Old 12-30-2016, 05:17 AM   #29
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Went back and searched the manual again, I have all of them electronically, found the page with filters listed and the first time I've seen it as a Donaldson. Ordered from Amazon Prime and will have them before trip to Mobile in January. Thanks for the push to re-read the manual. Must have overlooked it the past 10 times.

Trying to establish a baseline on all maintenance since we bought it new. This is now one item to cross off the list for the rally in May.

Now I just wish it was a little warmer to work outside on it. 26F right now with high winds.

A little at a time and I'll get through it all.

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Your welcome, glad it was helpful information. 26 degrees is too cold for my old bones. Take care and enjoy.



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