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Snowmobile Gear Case Oil Level

Post by dggg » Sun Sep 03, 2017 10:41 am

Looking for advice on a snowmobile gear case oil level, how to check the level and how should I go about filling? How much and what kind of oil too. I'm not sure how particular the gear case is on brand and weight of oil, is it critical or is 30W OK? Thanks.


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Re: Snowmobile Gear Case Oil Level

Post by earl » Sun Sep 03, 2017 9:51 pm

10w30

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Re: Snowmobile Gear Case Oil Level

Post by dggg » Mon Sep 04, 2017 10:34 am

Thanks earl!

I found that in the maintenance procedures also.
GEAR CASE

Every 40 operating hours the lubricant level should be checked in the gear case. To check the lubricant level, remove the oil level screw from the lower side of the gear case.

The lubricant must be at the point of overflowing in the oil level hole. If lubricant is not present, add SAE # 10W-30 through the oil fill hole until it flows out of the oil level hole.

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