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What preventive maintenance equipment do you use? Please list the machines that you use (BRAND, ex. BG, Motorvac, etc) and what services. Any chemical contracts? Were the machines free or paid?


Any issues or complaints with any of the machines? I'm looking at the Motorvac tranny machine.

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