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Old 13 October 2014, 03:52   #11
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Thanks all,

Especially Starovich! I sense a point was being made . . tbh I had tried similar words but clearly not in that order! Anyway I came here to seek independent advice as I have heard two contradictory pieces of advise from two different Merc Service guys. But I guess if the manual says so, for warranty I gotta take it on the chin! And if it might help maintain the performance well perhaps it is worth it!

And Turbodiesel thankyou, this gives me something to work on

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Old 13 October 2014, 06:18   #12
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I work in IT and get these sorts of questions a lot, I find that this method gives a more permanent memory to get people to use Google more.

You are correct though there is an art to getting the best out of Google, Google says .. Google Search Tips

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Old 13 October 2014, 14:31   #13
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Service manual says just check them at 300hrs and replace if required.

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