Maintenance schedule

Scheduled Maintenance Schedule for D&J Precision Machine

For Stock Vehicles:


  1. Oil Change:
      – Frequency: Every 5000 miles

For Non-Stock Vehicles (smokes more):


  1. Oil Change:
      – Frequency: Based on oil analysis results we recommend the first test be at 1000 miles.  Some applications put a lot of soot in the oil quickly.  For race/ competition vehicles we recommend changing the oil after each event. 

Notes:


– Oil Analysis for Non-Stock Vehicles: Conduct oil analysis at regular intervals to determine the need for oil changes.
– Record Keeping: Maintain detailed records of all maintenance tasks performed, including mileage, date, and any observations or issues noted.

Recommended Oil Analysis Services


  1. Lubrication Specialties
      – Website: lubricationspecialties.com
      – Phone: (800) 341-6516
      – Services: Offers comprehensive oil analysis for various types of engines and machinery. They provide detailed reports and personalized recommendations
  2. Blackstone Laboratories
      – Website: blackstone-labs.com
      – Phone: (260) 744-2380
      – Services: Offers comprehensive oil analysis for various types of engines and machinery. They provide detailed reports and personalized recommendations.

  3. Polaris Laboratories
      – Website: polarislabs.com
      – Phone: (877) 808-3750
      – Services: Offers comprehensive oil analysis for various types of engines and machinery. They provide detailed reports and personalized recommendations.


  4. WearCheck
      – Website: wearcheck.com
      – Phone: (800) 237-1369
      – Services: Offers comprehensive oil analysis for various types of engines and machinery. They provide detailed reports and personalized recommendations.


  5. Oil Analyzers Inc.
      – Website: oaitesting.com
      – Phone: (715) 395-0222
      – Services: Offers comprehensive oil analysis for various types of engines and machinery. They provide detailed reports and personalized recommendations.

How to Use These Services:


1. Purchase a Kit: Order an oil analysis kit from the service provider’s website. Kits typically include sampling instructions, containers, and shipping materials.
2. Collect a Sample: Follow the instructions provided in the kit to collect a sample of the used oil from the vehicle.
3. Ship the Sample: Send the collected sample to the service provider using the provided shipping materials.
4. Receive Results: After the lab processes the sample, they will provide a detailed report with the analysis results and recommendations.