Getting some pretty consistant advice on having the oil changed on my Cat C-7 once a year in the spring irregardless of miles. Not even considering this a do it yourself job , so what should I expect to pay for this service in a midwest metro area. ? Rather have an idea going into it. RFS
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I think Speedco is a good suggestion. I looked for Speedco but the nearest was about 60 miles in the wrong direction. The shop in Kerrville did a good job. Let me go in the "basement" with them and I did see them get all the zerk filleting's, etc. I've heard Speedco also allows you to watch them but haven't yet been to Speedco.
Bob & Sandi, dogs Tasha a Frenchie and Tiki a Skipperkey
SW OREGON 2005 34 foot DolphinLX
If towing: a bright red 2016 Mini Cooper on a tow dolly.