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Larry Heyen

checking oil in cub cadet 2017 550 UTV

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do you check oil after it seat a day or shut it off & check in 5 to 10 min? It will have more oil on dipstick if it seat longer cause its  coming out of oil cooler.

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On my Kawasaki, I'd check it before every use (just because it's older) but waiting 5-10 minutes sounds about right.

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