I wish I knew how to quit you. :lol:Gunsmith said:The exception will be my annual trip to Wyoming in September for antelope and deer hunting. During that two week period I put on about 1000 miles of dusty unpaved roads and two track.
2. Not really. It may be a good idea to check your air filter after the trip. Since it is annual it will be a good reminder. Maybe replace it every other year. Since you average 10k a year. Get on the 6 month plan. If you can swing it. Change your oil after your trip and then again 6 months later and so on and so forth.
3. GTX is a great oil. As is Havoline dino. Either will be fine.
4. Waste of money. This combo will do you just fine. If you want "added insurance" switch to a synthetic. Changing your oil at 2500 miles is a waste of good oil and resources. Longer intervals is good for the environment.
The only thing I would change is the FRAM. Even a "top of the line" FRAM. It's like a pig wearing lipstick. Consider something else like a Wix (Napa Gold) or K&N.