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I have a (2000) 455 bought used that all fluids (oil, hydro, coolant) and filters were changed at 734 hours. It now has 803 hours.
Owner gave me a notebook where every time he serviced it wrote in book (even tire pressure). When I look at owners manual it says oil + filter at 200 hours or yearly.
By hours...I assume that means change it at 934 hours? So another 130 hours.
Oil now looks really clean & full. I just want to be sure that's correct. Thanks.
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Could, we just change yearly as we don’t put a heck of a lot of hours on stuff and it doesn’t hurt them.
 

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I have a 2000 455 also. I love the thing! And I keep all services records in a book / folder on it. I change the oil and filter every year regardless of how many hours I put on it during the Summer & Fall , No more than it cost me to do it and for what the machine does for me, It's money well spent! I've had it now over 12 years now. And I figured to keep it many more...
 

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