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Old December 1st, 2010, 10:03 AM   #1
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Transmission and gearcases

Transmission (Main Gearcase) AGL - Synthetic ATV Gearcase Lubricant 24 oz.

Transmission (Transfer Case) AGL - Synthetic ATV Gearcase Lubricant 14 oz.

Front Gearcase Demand Drive Plus 6.75 oz.

Rear Gearcase ATV Angle Drive Fluid 26 oz.

Trans Fill & Level Plug is Under Shift Lever Near Left Rear Tire.
Transfer Case has 3 Plugs, Fill, Level, & Drain.
Front Diff has a Fill/Check & a Drain Plug.
Rear Diff has a Fill/Check & a Drain Plug.

Here's another good idea I found on another site;
To keep the oil from running all over your frame when changing the oil filter.
1st, unscrew the filter slightly, just enough so you can turn it with your hand, then use a punch or phillips screwdriver and tap a small hole in the filter about 12 o'clock. Get an old ball point pen, disassemble, and using just the tube, insert it in the hole. Now rotate the filter so the tube is at the bottom & let it drain.
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Old December 1st, 2010, 10:18 AM   #2
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Re: Transmission and gearcases

Quote: Originally Posted by DReese View Post
Transmission (Main Gearcase) AGL - Synthetic ATV Gearcase Lubricant 24 oz.

Transmission (Transfer Case) AGL - Synthetic ATV Gearcase Lubricant 14 oz.

Front Gearcase Demand Drive Plus 6.75 oz.

Rear Gearcase ATV Angle Drive Fluid 26 oz.

Trans Fill & Level Plug is Under Shift Lever Near Left Rear Tire.
Transfer Case has 3 Plugs, Fill, Level, & Drain.
Front Diff has a Fill/Check & a Drain Plug.
Rear Diff has a Fill/Check & a Drain Plug.

Here's another good idea I found on another site;
To keep the oil from running all over your frame when changing the oil filter.
1st, unscrew the filter slightly, just enough so you can turn it with your hand, then use a punch or phillips screwdriver and tap a small hole in the filter about 12 o'clock. Get an old ball point pen, disassemble, and using just the tube, insert it in the hole. Now rotate the filter so the tube is at the bottom & let it drain.

Thanks Don. Just about to change all my gear fluids.

Where did you get these quantities? Manual calls for two quarts in the engine and it takes less.

Good call on the driver/pen combo for those that don't vacuum.
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I found the info on the web.
mine takes 2 qts...
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I found the info on the web.
mine takes 2 qts...
Mine will take 2 quarts too, but it's well over the high mark on the stick. Then when drained, I've measured roughly .8 of a quart.
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