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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-12-2012, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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Hypoid friction modified?

Hey Guys just changing oils and was wondering if I needed friction mod 80-90 in the rear diff it is posi 09 550 prowler (Modified lol) Thanks...
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What does your manual say? My 09 700 takes the friction modified oil. Dont know about the 550.

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No manual, Bought used
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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-12-2012, 09:11 PM
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dont know about that, but put only 9oz. no more. you dont fill to the hole like you do a car, thats too much and will blow the seals and/or the bellows. even at the 12 or so oz. is think is to much. learned the hard way, brand new 650 first ride had gear oil everywhere and split the bellow
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More than likely it's 80/90 gear oil. It would be best to call your local dealer to make sure.



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Lookin at the manual now. It says SAE approved 80w-90 hypoid. The xtx takes the 80w-90 hypoid friction modified.
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I know they're different machines but the repair manual I downloaded from
"K&T Parts House Lawn Mower Parts and Chain Saw & Trimmer Parts" calls for for 9.3 fl oz (one inch below plug threads) of SAE Approved 80W-90 Hypoid. I have an '07 650 XT.

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Cool

for sure / leave 1'' low. I blew a bellow to.

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