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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-11-2009, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
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What kinda oil to use???

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Just thinking about doing my first oil change (since i bought it used) on my 08 prowler 700 xtx. Im from Ontario, canada and am using my Prowler to plow my driveway this winter. I'm looking for some suggestions on oil and filter so i can have fresh oil before the snow flies. any suggestions??? I've done a few different ones in my 06 sportsman (before it got stolen) I did the polaris oil change kit (too expensive in my opinion) red line oil and Amsoil. what do you guys suggest???? Can i run a synthetic with a wet clutch???? im new to all of this. looking forward to your input.

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There will be a few guys who will chime in on this. I don't see why any motorcycle approved semi or full synthetic would not work. As long as it is for motorcycles it should be ok for wet clutches. Or the ac semi or full sythetic.



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[quote=sandchris;10087]There will be a few guys who will chime in on this. I don't see why any motorcycle approved semi or full synthetic would not work. As long as it is for motorcycles it should be ok for wet clutches. Or the ac semi or full sythetic.[/quoAMSOIL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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i'm using AC's full syn. and working fine. also from Ontario, wich part are you in?? and yes, the darn snow will fly VERY soon. did you buy the plow for the Prowler? how much and where did you get it ? (or it came with the plow?)
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Call me old school but you only need two qts so I buy AC oil. They put alot of money in R&D so put some trust in them



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I live near Huntsville, Ontario. And i have a 60" powerblade plow from Canadian tire. I bought it last year for my polaris, but since it got stolen and i bought a prowler, i willl be putting it on there. plow worked awesome on the atv and i have only hear better things about how they work on utvs. a friend of my dad's has one on his rhino and he says he can plow as much snow as the weatherman can throw at him. The blade, push frame and mounting bracket (for a polaris, but should work on the prowler) cost around $500 bucks. my driveway is too long to shovel and if you figure out what it'd cost to pay a guy to plow it and 500bucks isnt sooo bad. And i friggin hate snowblowers so this is the way to go.
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